Pak Former PM Imran khan: Shahnawaz Ranjha was attacked outside the Pakistan Election Commission office in Islamabad.
Pak Former PM Imran khan: The troubles of former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan are increasing. Imran Khan has now been booked for attempt to murder after he was disqualified from Parliament for five years in the Toshakhana case. This case of attempt to murder on Imran Khan has been registered on the complaint of Shahnawaz Ranjha, leader of the League-Nawaz.
According to Geo TV, Shahnawaz Ranjha was attacked outside the Pakistan Election Commission office in Islamabad, where PTI supporters were protesting over the decision to disqualify Imran. Rajhan said in the complaint that he had appeared before the commission as a plaintiff, due to which he was attacked. Ranjha alleged that at the behest of the PTI leadership, the attack took place in an attempt to kill. He said that my car was attacked and the glasses were broken.
The FIR also stated that the Srinagar highway was closed at the behest of the PTI leadership, during which party workers ransacked and pelted stones.
Earlier, two terrorism-related cases were registered against Imran Khan, General Secretary Asad Umar and 100 other party workers for alleged violence during the protests. The cases were reportedly registered on complaints from the federal government and the police.
Earlier on Friday (October 21, 2022), the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) found Imran Khan guilty of hiding the sale proceeds of valuable gifts received from foreign leaders at Toshakhana. After which Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan was disqualified for five years and banned from contesting elections. The decision was informed by a four-member bench headed by Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Sikandar Sultan Raja at the ECP Secretariat in Islamabad. According to the verdict, criminal action will be initiated against Imran Khan for giving wrong information.
Let us tell you, Imran Khan, who came to power in 2018, received expensive gifts from wealthy Arab rulers during official visits, which were deposited in Toshakhana. Later he bought it at a discounted price as per the relevant laws and sold it at a huge profit. Imran had told the ECP during the hearing that around Rs 58 lakh was received by paying Rs 21.56 crore from the sale of gifts purchased from the state treasury.