Balochistan High Court suspends arrest warrant in Imran’s relief incitement case

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The Balochistan High Court has issued a stay on a non-bailable arrest warrant against former Pakistan Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party chief Imran Khan. The directive on Friday brought temporary relief to the former Pakistan cricket captain in the inflammatory speech case.


The warrant was issued by a Quetta Nagar and Sessions Court judge on Thursday against Imran for making hate speech against constitutional institutions and constitutional office holders. He ordered the arrest of Imran. Imran appealed to the High Court against that order. The High Court granted the application.

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Incidentally, the Election Commission of that country dismissed Imran from the lower house of the Pakistan Parliament, the ‘National Assembly’, on the charge of illegally selling gifts received from foreign leaders during his tenure as Prime Minister. It was also informed that Imran cannot be a candidate in the next National Assembly elections. At that time, it is alleged that Imran had openly made hateful comments against constitutional institutions like the Election Commission.


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