The arrest warrant issued against former Pakistan Prime Minister and Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party chairman Imran Khan in the case of threatening a woman judge has been stayed. News from Jio News.
On Tuesday, a court in the capital Islamabad postponed the arrest warrant issued against Imran Khan until March 16.
before that On Monday, a non-bailable arrest warrant was issued against Imran in that case Islamabad Senior Civil Judge Rana Mujahid Rahim. Imran appealed to the court challenging this warrant. Islamabad Additional Sessions Judge Faizan Haider Geelani suspended the warrant after hearing the application today.
Meanwhile, according to a report by Dawn media, there was a clash between police and activists in front of Imran Khan’s residence on Tuesday. At that time, Islamabad police used water cannons and tear gas to disperse the PTI workers. The incident took place in front of Imran’s residence Zaman Park in Lahore.
Footage on the country’s state television showed police firing tear gas shells to disperse PTI supporters. There was a water cannon. Supporters also threw stones at the police.
Police went in front of Lahore’s Zaman Park residence to arrest Imran after 2 pm that day. A senior official of Islamabad police did not comment on this.
The incident came a day after the District and Sessions Court of Islamabad issued yet another arrest warrant against Imran in another case after he was consistently absent from hearing the Toshakhana case.