PM Imran Khan: Pakistan court-Drop charges against ex-

A court in Pakistan has requested that ‘psychological oppression’ charges against previous State leader Imran Khan for his comments against a female appointed authority and senior police authorities be dropped.

The Islamabad High Court on Monday said Khan’s remarks didn’t draw in charges under Pakistan’s unforgiving ‘Hostile to Psychological oppression’ Act, which conveys a most extreme sentence of life in jail and, surprisingly, the death penalty





Khan, 69, was accused of ‘psychological warfare’ for comments made at a public convention in Islamabad on August 20 against police authorities and a female adjudicator who had requested the capture of one of his top helpers, Shahbaz Gill.

In his discourse, the top of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, had supposedly undermined “activity” by taking legitimate response against top Islamabad police authorities and Judge Zeba Chaudhry, who had supported Gill’s two-day detainment.

The cricketing symbol turned-legislator denied he undermined the authorities in his discourse, saying his words were taken outside any connection to the subject at hand.

On Monday, a two-part seat drove by Boss Equity of Islamabad High Court Athar Minella heard the case, in which Khan had proactively been conceded break bail till September 20.

Examiner Raja Rizwan Abbasi told the court the police examination observed that Khan’s comments were “undermining” and accordingly ‘psychological oppression’ charges were material on the resistance lawmaker.

Nonetheless, protection attorney Salman Safdar contended that Khan’s articulations were tied in with making a legitimate move against the female appointed authority and the police authorities.

Safdar told Al Jazeera that “preferably, entire case ought to have been suppressed”.

He said that Khan doesn’t need to show up in the ‘counter psychological warfare’ court tomorrow (Tuesday) since the ‘psychological warfare’ charges are as of now not appropriate and matter will be moved to the court with pertinent jurisdictio

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