Threat to female judge: Imran Khan’s request to issue arrest warrant rejected


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The District and Sessions Court Islamabad has given its decision on the request of Chairman PTI, former Prime Minister Imran Khan for exemption from attendance today in the case of threatening a female judge. Rejected the request of Imran Khan to issue an arrest warrant.

Senior Civil Judge Rana Mujahid Rahim heard the case of Imran Khan threatening a woman judge, during which his lawyer Naeem Panjutha and prosecutor Rizwan Abbasi appeared in the court.

During the hearing, Imran Khan’s request for exemption from attendance on medical grounds was filed in the court.

Lawyer Naeem Panjotha took a stand that Imran Khan’s health is not allowing him to come to Islamabad, doctors have advised Imran Khan to rest.

Prosecutor Rizwan Abbasi objected to Imran Khan’s request for exemption from attendance and said that chairman PTI is not appearing by attaching the medical report of his own hospital, Shaukat Khanum hospital is a cancer hospital, his problem is different, fracture. Because of Imran Khan’s only irritation, the court did not ask him to come up the stairs, if Imran Khan comes outside the court, then his presence can be imposed.

The prosecutor requested the court to cancel Imran Khan’s bail bond and issue an arrest warrant.

Imran Khan’s lawyer Naeem Haider Panjotha submitted his reply and argued that a person who talks about the rule of law can never break the law. Imran Khan has dozens of cases registered in the Islamabad court in which bails have been granted. .

The court reserved its decision on Imran Khan’s request for exemption from attendance today and the request to issue a warrant against him.

After some time, the court, giving a reserved verdict, accepted Imran Khan’s request for exemption from today’s appearance, while rejecting the request of the prosecutor to issue an arrest warrant for Imran Khan and adjourned the hearing of the case till March 9.


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