Verdict reserved on Imran Khan’s Attock Jail trial plea

ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday reserved its verdict on a petition filed by way of PTI chairman difficult the law ministry’s choice to habits the trial within the cipher case at Attock prison, ARY News reported.

The PTI Chairman Imran Khan used to be despatched to prison on August 5 following his conviction within the Toshakhana case.

On August 29, the IHC had suspended his sentence. However, a distinct court docket had directed Attock prison government to stay him in reference to the cipher case.

The particular court docket due to this fact prolonged the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman’s judicial remand until September 13 within the cipher case.

IHC Chief Justice Aamer Farooq reserved the decision on PTI chairman’s plea after listening to the arguments these days. The court docket had sought a proof from the respondents on the attention.

It is pertinent to say right here that the PTI leader and vp used to be booked for ‘deliberately missing a copy of the diplomatic cypher’.

The first data file (FIR) used to be registered on August 15 underneath the Official Secrets Act. It used to be registered on the criticism of Home Secretary.

The case used to be registered after Azam Khan, ex-principal secretary to the PTI chairman and previous high minister made startling revelations and claimed that the previous PM used US cypher for his ‘political gains’ and to avert a no-confidence movement towards him.

Azam Khan, who had previous been “missing” since months, abruptly seemed sooner than the scene and made startling revelations about US cypher, whilst recording his commentary underneath the CrPC 164 sooner than a Justice of the Peace.

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