ISLAMABAD – On Wednesday, a local court in Islamabad issued non-bailable arrest warrants for Imran Khan, the deposed premier, in the case involving his controversial remarks about a female judge.
Local media reported that nonexistent arrest warrants had also been issued against the PTI chief, who has been the subject of nearly a hundred cases since being removed from power by a no-confidence vote last year.
Legal Officer Malik Aman reported the held decision, and requested the authorities to deliver Imran Khan under the watchful eye of the court on April 18.
Then again, the legal counselor of PTI boss encouraged the court to reestablish his bailable warrant refering to go after dangers to his client. In addition, he claimed that in other cases, the Islamabad High Court had reinstated his bailable warrant. Judge later concluded the conferenceImran Khan has arrest warrants after a woman judge was allegedly threatened..