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Toshakhana reference: Islamabad court reserve verdict on where to exempt Imran – PakistanNews WAALI

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A district and sessions court in Islamabad reserved its verdict on Monday on a petition filed by former Prime Minister Imran Khan seeking exemption from appearing before the court in the Toshakhana case, News Aaj reported.

Additional District and Sessions Judge Zafar Iqbal will announce the verdict today at 3:15 pm.

During today’s hearing, Imran’s counsel, Khawaja Haris, told the court that his client was unable to appear due to security threats.

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After hearing arguments from both sides, the judge reserved his verdict.

IHC suspends Imran Khan’s arrest warrant in Toshakhana case

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‘Another attempted murder’: Asad Umar

Earlier, PTI’s Asad Umar had said that an attempt on Imran’s life failed in November 2022 and “we have confirmed the news that his life is still in danger”.

“Another assassination plot is being devised and as per the details, this attempt will be made during Imran’s visit to the court.”

According to Umar, Imran was being dragged to the courts to ensure the success of the next assassination attempt.

“When Imran went to attend previous hearings, the security arrangements broke down so we decided that skipping hearings was less dangerous for him than murder.”

Established in 1974, the Toshakhana is a department under the administrative control of the Cabinet Department and stores valuable gifts given to rulers, parliamentarians, bureaucrats, and officials by other heads of government and state and foreign dignitaries.

According to Toshakhana rules, gifts/gifts and other such materials received from persons to whom these rules apply will be reported to the Cabinet Department.


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