Imran Khan’s arrest warrant suspended

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The Islamabad High Court has suspended the arrest warrant issued against Pakistan’s former prime minister and Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Imran Khan. The arrest warrant has been postponed until tomorrow (March 18).

On Friday (March 17), the news agency AFP reported this information. The court gave this order in view of Imran Khan’s application.

Earlier in an application, Imran Khan said, tomorrow I myself will appear in Islamabad Sessions Judge Court. However, the order of arrest must be revoked for this.

In this regard, Imran Khan’s lawyer Faisal Chowdhury said that the High Court of Islamabad has suspended the non-bailable arrest warrant. Now Imran Khan will come to the court tomorrow.

Note that the Islamabad police failed to arrest Imran twice. The last time he went to arrest him, there was a clash with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) activists. As a result, the police could not arrest him.

Michael Fried

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