Case registered against Imran, other party leaders


Pakistan Mar, 17 2023
Case registered against Imran, other party leaders
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LAHORE: Case has been registered against PTI chairman Imran Khan and other leaders over riots in Zaman Park. The case has been registered on the report of SHO Race Course police station Reehan Anwar.

The case bears number 410/23 containing the 20 sections including terrorism. It has been mentioned in FIR hundreds of PTI leaders and workers committed heinous offences at the behest of Imran Khan. PTI workers caused difficulties and disturbance for people.

According to text of the FIR the workers caused damage to the government buildings. Several police personnel including DIG Islamabad were injured in the attacks by workers.

The case includes the sections of interference in government affairs, attack and refusal from receiving summons.

Published in The Daily National Courier, March, 17 2023

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