The difficulties of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan have increased. The Election Commission has issued a non-bailable arrest warrant against him in the contempt case. The commission has said that if Imran is not appearing, he should be arrested and brought in front.
Imran Khan: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan’s troubles have increased once again. The Election Commission has issued a non-bailable warrant against him in the contempt case. The commission has asked Imran Khan to appear before it by 10 am on July 25. It has been said on behalf of the commission that if Imran is not appearing, the police should arrest him and bring him in front.
Did not appear even after continuous notice
Please inform that Imran Khan is not appearing before the Election Commission even after continuous notices. The commission said in the order that Imran Khan did not appear before the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) despite issuance of notices and bailable arrest notices on January 16 and March 2. In exercise of the powers vested under Section 4(2) of the Election Act, 2017 and other enabling provisions of the Act and Rules, the Commission has issued a non-bailable warrant of arrest of Imran Ahmed Khan.
Order of arrest given to the police
The Election Commission has ordered the IG of Islamabad that if Imran Khan does not appear, he should be arrested and brought to the fore. The ECP is miffed over the frequent absence of Imran Khan from the hearings. A four-judge bench headed by ECP member Nisar Durrani had on July 11 issued non-bailable arrest warrants for Khan and Choudhary along with granting relief to Umar in the last hearing. The bench fixed July 25 for hearing.
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Imran Khan’s reaction has also come to the fore in this matter. He said that efforts are being made to remove me. Another warrant was issued for this. At the same time, a hearing has been held against Imran’s wife Bushra Bibi, two sisters and one in a Pakistani court. In this, the exercise of declaring both the sisters and relatives as fugitives started.