In the case of inciting speech against state institutions, a court in the capital of Balochistan, QUETTA, issued non-bailable arrest warrants for PTI Chairman Imran Khan on Thursday.
After the suspect was arrested, the judicial magistrate has instructed the involved authorities to bring him before the court.Quetta court issues non-bailable arrest warrants for Imran Khan
On the basis of a citizen by the name of Abdul Khalil Kakar’s complaint, the case against the former prime minister was filed on Monday at the Bijli Road police station. Imran khan non bailable arrest warrants
The complainant claimed that the PTI chairman attempted to provoke the public through provocative speech and made baseless accusations against institutions. Quetta imran khan arrest warrants
Imran Khan was previously the subject of warrants for his arrest issued by a court in Islamabad for failing to appear for hearings in the Toshakhana case. The former premier’s residence was raided on Sunday by officers from the capital police, but he was able to evade capture.
Later, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) ordered the PTI chief to appear in the Toshakhana case before the district and sessions court on March 14.
Imran Khan is currently involved in dozens of cases involving allegations of terrorism, corruption, and other offenses. He was removed from power in April of last year by a vote of no confidence.