PTI urges SC to take suo motu to ‘save and give protection to’ Imran
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Secretary General Asad Umar on Saturday asked the Supreme Court to take suo moto understand to “save and protect” PTI chairman Imran Khan’s elementary proper to lifestyles.
In his letter, the PTI chief wrote that the Islamabad High Court (IHC) whilst atmosphere apart Imran’s non-bailable arrest warrants issued by means of the Islamabad district pass judgement on, directed the previous top minister to seem ahead of the trial courtroom. He added that Imran had left Lahore in compliance with courtroom orders.
Further, the letter said that Imran has won protecting bail from the Lahore High Court (LHC) in 9 instances. Umar added that the LHC has directed state government to chorus from taking coercive measures in opposition to the PTI chairman.
The celebration chief famous that Imran’s Lahore place of abode “has been stormed by the police” and the “doors and walls have been raised to the ground”.
He furthered that the Islamabad police has “blocked the roads” main to the G-11 Judicial Complex in Islamabad “in order to create terror and harassment”. The toll road and different highways have additionally been blocked “to create hurdles in Imran Khan’s lawful endeavor in pursuant to the above referred order,” he added.
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Umar claimed that those “unlawful and illegal actions” are with the aim to arrest Imran in instances that aren’t to his wisdom, including that get entry to to Imran’s prison workforce and media presence used to be additionally refused.
The PTI chief added in his letter that Imran’s “fundamental right to access to justice and fair trial has been hampered and compromised by the police and law enforcement agencies”.
Further, Umar claimed to have company explanation why to consider that state government are “acting at the behest of the present PDM government” and are “hell bent” on compromising Imran’s liberty within the “most unlawful manner”.
He highlighted that the PTI leader has reiterated time and once more that “his life is at stake and he may be taken out in a bid to take his life”.
Umar appealed that “if the respondents are not stopped from acting illegally” and arresting Imran, the previous premier might face “unseen consequences”.
He asked that the topic be taken up in suo moto jurisdiction so as to save and give protection to Imran’s elementary proper to lifestyles.