Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday requested a statement from the federal government in response to a petition filed by the former prime minister and PTI leader Imran Khan for the revocation of his security.
Chief Judge Aamer Farooq of the Islamabad High Court took on the matter. After “threatening” remarks from Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah, the former prime minister entered a plea at the IHC.
Is Imran Khan not receiving security like the former prime minister at the beginning of the session, the chief judge questioned.
Faisal Farid, a solicitor, responded to the IHC CJ’s inquiry by stating that the interior ministry had terminated Imran Khan’s security. The federal government and interior ministry were served notices by the IHC, which demanded a response by April 6th.
Despite threats to his life, the former prime minister has been moaning about the federal government’s “non-provision” of protection while contending with several legal matters.
Imran Khan, the leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and a former prime minister, will appear in court, according to a notification of security SOPs issued earlier by the Islamabad High Court (IHC).
On March 9, in conjunction with Imran Khan, PTI leader, appearing in court, the Islamabad administration and police were instructed to set up strong security.
The Attorney General’s office and IG Islamabad were each asked to give five names, while the IHC also requested a list of 15 names from PTI Chief’s legal counsel.