ISLAMABAD: In a female judge threatening case, a district and sessions court issued a non-bailable arrest warrant for PTI chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan.
According to reports, Judicial Magistrate Malik Aman heard Imran Khan’s exemption petition in the judge-threatening case and issued a reserved verdict.
The court denied PTI chief Imran Khan’s exemption request and ordered him to appear in court on April 18 in the female judge threatening case.
Previously, an Islamabad local court suspended PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s non-bailable arrest warrants in the female judge threatening case until March 20.
In a case involving the use of threatening language against a woman additional district and sessions judge and senior police officers, the court issued non-bailable arrest warrants for Imran Khan.
Judge threatening case
On August 20, PTI chairman condemned police and the judiciary for the alleged custodial torture of Shahbaz Gill and announced that his party would file cases against IGP Dr. Akbar Nasir Khan, the DIG, and AD&SJ Zeba Chaudhry.
He was charged with violating various sections of the Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) and the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA). In addition, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) charged him with contempt of court.