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Imran Khan Claims His Election-Time Arrest Was a Hoax.

Imran Khan has stated that the purpose of the arrest warrant was to put him in jail before the elections.


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Imran Khan, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) the country’s ruling Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) wants to put him in jail because of his popularity.

In an interview with France 24, Imran Khan confirmed that he will attend the court hearing on March 18. He further stated that the coalition government wanted to imprison him. Prior to the elections scheduled for April 30 because they were afraid of losing by-elections against his party, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

In response to a question, the leader of the PTI said that the government had turned his house into a battleground.

In an interview with foreign media, Imran Khan said that 85 legal proceedings. It’s including sedition and terrorism charges, which were pending against him.

They [the current administration] don’t want him to run for office, he claimed, and that’s why there’s been an “unprecedented” degree of victimization in the country.

When Imran Khan appears in court in Islamabad, the courtroom will be sealed.

Imran Khan claims his party members are battling to prevent his arrest out of concern. He stated that the purpose of the arrest warrant was to put him in jail before the elections.

As the former prime minister seeks protective bail in numerous cases, including the Toshakhana reference. The Lahore High Court (LHC) earlier today ordered PTI chairman Imran Khan to appear before it by 5:30 p.m.

In nine different cases, Judge Tariq Saleem Sheikh of the LHC ruled on the former premier’s requests for bail.

There are currently five pending cases against Khan in Islamabad and four in Lahore, the provincial capital of Punjab.

As a two-person bench, Judge Tariq Saleem Sheikh and Justice Farooq Haider are looking at Imran’s bail. He requests in four cases, one of which involves terrorism charges. For five separate instances, Judge Sheikh will sit alone on the bench to consider bail applications.

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