Imran Khan appears before Islamabad ATC in terror case

ISLAMABAD;

PTI Executive Imran Khan showed up under the watchful eye of an enemy of psychological warfare court in Islamabad Monday for a knowing about his pre-capture bail request in an illegal intimidation body of evidence recorded against him for compromising Extra Meetings Judge Zeba Chaudhry during a public convention on August 20.

The body of evidence was enrolled against the previous state leader under the Counter Illegal intimidation Represent compromising the extra meetings judge and senior cops of the Islamabad Police during a public convention.
The PTI moved the Islamabad High Court (IHC) where Khan figured out how to get a travel bail till August 25, yet was approached to move toward the ATC as the case was psychological oppression related.

The FIR enlisted against Khan expresses that he compromised Extra Meetings Judge Zeba Chaudhry and cops at a convention in F-9 Park to “threaten” police authorities and the legal executive.

The primary point was to forestall the cops and legal executive from doing their lawful commitments, expresses the FIR.

The FIR was enlisted on the objection of Judge Ali Javed in Islamabad’s Margalla Police headquarters under Segment 7 of ATA.

The previous head of the state has not showed up before a joint examination group shaped by the Islamabad Police to test the matter in spite of three takes note.

 

What did Imran Khan say?

The FIR enlisted against Khan expresses that he compromised Extra Meetings Judge Zeba Chaudhry and cops at a convention in F-9 Park to “threaten” police authorities and the legal executive.

The primary point was to forestall the cops and legal executive from doing their lawful commitments, expresses the FIR.

The FIR was enlisted on the objection of Judge Ali Javed in Islamabad’s Margalla Police headquarters under Segment 7 of ATA.

The previous head of the state has not showed up before a joint examination group shaped by the Islamabad Police to test the matter in spite of three takes note.

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