Pakistan: Imran Khan has once again got relief from the court. Lahore's Anti-Terrorism Court has granted bail to Imran in two cases. One of these cases is related to the Jinnah House attack. In Pakistan, the Sharbaz government and the army have started tightening the noose against former Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Pakistan: Imran Khan has once again got relief from the court. Lahore Anti-Terrorism Court has granted bail to Imran in two cases. One of these cases is related to the Jinnah House attack. In Pakistan, the government and the army have started tightening the noose against former Prime Minister Imran Khan.
At present, bail has been granted by the court till June 2. Meanwhile, security personnel have surrounded the Lahore residence of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) President Imran Khan. It is being claimed that 30-40 terrorists are hiding in Imran’s house. With their help, Imran wants to avoid the action of the army.
According to sources, Imran Khan was given an ultimatum of 24 hours by the police. This time is already over. Police can take action after Friday prayers to catch these terrorists. After his permission, a search operation will be conducted at the residence of Imran Khan to catch the terrorists in front of the cameras.
A delegation will be sent to Imran’s house under the supervision of the Lahore commissioner. It is being said that a delegation will go to meet Imran. However, Imran Khan’s sources say that 400 policemen will also be present along with the delegation. If talks don’t work out with Imran Khan, he can also be arrested.
According to the information,the Sharbaz government, the army is also angry with Imran Khan. In the violence that took place in Pakistan on May 9, the army corps commander’s house in Lahore was also targeted. His house was vandalized by the protesters. Apart from this, slogans were also raised against the army. Sources say that Imran Khan has been told bluntly that if he has to avoid action, he should leave for London. If he does not do so, action will be taken against him under the Army Act.