Islamabad court reserves verdict on Imran Khan’s exemption plea in judge threatening case
ISLAMABAD: A district and periods court in Islamabad on Monday reserved its verdict on Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan’s plea looking for exemption from listening to in a case registered in opposition to him for hurling threats at a feminine judge.
While booking the verdict, civil judge Rana Mujahid Rahim stated the order can be introduced in 15-20 mins.
During the listening to, a legal professional for the PTI leader, Intezar Haider Panjutha, stated it’s not secure for Imran Khan to come back to Islamabad amid safety threats in opposition to him, including that they have got filed a petition in the Islamabad High Court (IHC) asking permission to seem just about ahead of the courts.
Another member of Khan’s criminal group, Naeem Haider Panjutha, stated a petition has been filed looking for exemption from attendance on behalf of the previous top minister on safety grounds.
The legal professional additionally asked to simply accept Imran’s plea, citing “not appearing for some reasons and not willing to appear are two different things.”
Earlier, the periods court had rejected the PTI leader’s plea through pronouncing “if Imran did not appear in court today, a non-bailable arrest warrant against him would be issued.
The judge said that if Imran Khan does not appear during court hours today, he would issue a non-bailable arrest warrant against him.
After that, the court briefly adjourned the hearing till 12:30pm and later resumed it.
A case has been registered against the PTI chair at Islamabad’s Margalla police station for hurling threatening remarks at judge Zeba Chaudhry.
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