Imran Khan to appear before Islamabad court in Toshakhana case

The hearing into the Toshakhana case against the former prime minister Imran Khan is scheduled to resume in an Islamabad district and sessions court on Saturday (today).

Imran Khan avoided arrest despite a prolonged effort by law enforcement personnel to apprehend him for skipping multiple prior hearings.

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has filed a complaint against the PTI leader for allegedly failing to disclose information about gifts received in his asset declarations.

The PTI leader is expected to appear before ADSJ Zafar Iqbal in court to participate in proceedings on the complaint.

The PTI leader has left his home in Zaman Park, Lahore, and is traveling to Islamabad with a convoy of his party members, the party said.

Depending on traffic and the route followed, Imran would typically need a little over four hours to travel to Islamabad by road, according to Google Maps.

Earlier, the Lahore High Court (LHC) granted protective bail to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan in each of the nine cases on Friday.

Imran Khan’s protective bail was authorized by the LHC in five cases up to March 24 and in the other three cases up until March 27. The court has until Tuesday to receive the specifics of the charges brought against Imran Khan in Punjab.


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