IHC registrar raises objection on Imran Khan’s plea challenging Toshakhana arrest warrant
- Registrar place of work says Imran Khan’s biometric now not to be had.
- PTI leader challenged courtroom’s determination for rejecting suspension plea.
- Imran Khan assures courtroom of showing in courtroom.
ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court’s (IHC) Registrar’s Office raised on Friday objections in opposition to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan’s petition challenging his arrest warrants within the Toshakhana case.
According to the registrar’s place of work, the PTI leader’s biometric isn’t to be had. “How can the high court hear the same matter on which it has already made its decision?” the place of work additionally puzzled.
Earlier lately, the previous high minister challenged Islamabad courtroom’s determination of rejecting his plea in search of suspension of his arrest warrants issued in opposition to him within the present trove case.
Khan, who’s holed up at his Zaman Park place of dwelling in Lahore in defiance of the courtroom order that had directed him to look prior to it, filed the plea thru his legal professional Khawaja Haris.
In his petition, the PTI chairman asked: “The undertaking should be accepted and the police should be stopped from arresting.”
The PTI leader additionally confident to look prior to the Islamabad courtroom the next day to come (Saturday), soliciting for the courtroom to listen to his plea urgently.
“[…] non-bailable warrant of arrest has been issued by this court just for the appearance of the applicant. The applicant is ready and willing to appear before this court on the fixed date i.e. 18.03.2023 and he has given his undertaking in this regard,” the decision learn.
“It is trite low hat purpose of issuance of non-bailable warrant of arrest is to ensure attendance of the accused and the undertaking has fulfilled the purpose of the warrant. Arrest and detention of the applicant will serve no useful purpose and he will be humiliated just for nothing.”
IHC rejects Khan’s plea
An Islamabad courtroom Thursday rejected Khan’s plea in search of the suspension of non-bailable arrest warrants issued within the Toshakhana case.
Additional District and Sessions Judge Zafar Iqbal introduced the decision reserved previous redirecting the government involved to arrest the previous high minister and provide him prior to the courtroom on March 18.
He discussed that the verdict has been taken after reviewing every facet of the law, hoping that the petitioners will revel in studying the detailed verdict.
Imran Khan’s indictment within the reference, which was once scheduled for February 28, was once differed a couple of instances prior to, because of his steady absence from the listening to. Later, the courtroom issued a non-bailable arrest warrant for the PTI chairman.
The celebration approached the Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday soliciting for it to droop Khan’s non-bailable arrest warrants within the Toshakhana case, however the top courtroom directed the deposed high minister’s suggest to transport the trial courtroom because the order for his arrest was once “in line with the law”.