The Supreme Court declared that no one could be arrested from inside the court and ordered his release.
Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan will appear in the Islamabad High Court today for pre-arrest bail after the country’s top court invalidated his imprisonment last evening. The Supreme Court declared that no one could be arrested from inside the court and ordered his release. Along with this, the police were directed to keep them under the protection of the apex court and to present them before the Islamabad High Court at 11 am. Meanwhile, Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party has given a call to its supporters to gather near the Islamabad HC.
Imran met 10 people yesterday
Islamabad Police said that Imran Khan, who was arrested by NAB on Tuesday, met 10 people in custody yesterday. Islamabad Police said in a tweet today that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Arif Alvi, Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid and eight others met PTI chief Imran yesterday at the Police Line guest house in the capital city as per court directions. Did. He also met his doctor Dr Faisal and his legal team.
Mobile services closed for the fourth consecutive day
Mobile internet service was suspended in Pakistan for the fourth consecutive day following clashes between protesters and police. Social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram were also down.
The party says that another PTI leader Dr. Yasmin Rashid has been arrested
Imran Khan’s PTI party today said that senior leader Dr. Yasmin Rashid has been arrested. The party did not provide any additional details. A doctor by profession, the 72-year-old leader has served as the state health minister for the Punjab province. The party did not provide any additional details. A doctor by profession, the 72-year-old leader has served as the state health minister for the Punjab province. PTI’s Iron Lady Dr. Yasmin Rashid arrested! They think they can stop this movement with these arrests, they don’t know that Pakistan has changed forever. PTI said on Twitter, now we are all Imran Khan.
Khan’s arrest on 9 May triggered violent protests across Pakistan, with protesters burning the National Radio Broadcaster building, storming a military commander’s residence and attacking police in several cities such as Lahore, Rawalpindi, Islamabad and Quetta. struggled with About a dozen people were killed, hundreds were injured and thousands were arrested in connection with the clashes.