Pakistan Court Verdict On Imran Khan: A court in Pakistan has given great relief to former Prime Minister Imran Khan for threatening a woman judge. The Islamabad High Court on Monday ordered dropping of the anti-terrorism charges against Imran Khan for making controversial remarks against a woman judge during a rally here last month. . However, the case against Imran Khan will continue. Now the case against him will go in the ordinary court instead of the anti-terrorism court.

Significantly, Islamabad Police had registered a case against Imran Khan. Imran Khan is accused of threatening not to spare the police and judicial officers in a public meeting. Imran had threatened action if one of his associates, Shahbaz Gill, was not granted bail. Please tell that Shahbaz was arrested in the case of sedition.

Imran gave this clarification

Imran Khan challenged the matter in the Islamabad High Court (IHC) where a two-member bench headed by Chief Justice Athar Minallah heard the matter. Announcing the verdict, the bench ordered that after dropping the charges under Section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act, proceedings on other sections of the case would continue in the forum concerned. While clarifying in his statement, Imran Khan had said that he did not threaten anyone, but he will file a case against the officials.

left chair due to no confidence motion

Khan was ousted in April after losing a no-confidence vote in his leadership, which he accused of the US targeting him because of his independent foreign policy decisions on Russia, China and Afghanistan. was called a conspiracy. Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan, who came to power in 2018, is the only Pakistani prime minister to be voted out in a no-confidence motion in Parliament.

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