LAHORE: The Joint Investigation Team (JIT) chief gave a report to the court on Friday regarding the cases filed against former Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The Lahore High Court heard a plea for 121 cases against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) head Imran Khan, according to the information. According to the court proceedings, the government lawyer informed the court that Khan is currently the subject of nine criminal cases in Punjab.
In the meantime, the two cases have been closed. The remaining cases against the former premier, meanwhile, are being investigated.
According to the government lawyer, Imran Khan has not yet been included in the inquiry into the Zille Shah case. The court emphasized the significance of the government lawyer’s declaration, stressing that action may be taken if any false statements about the cases were made.
Meanwhile, Imran Khan’s counsel informed the court that PTI chairman had been arrested by the Islamabad High Court (IHC). During the arrest, Khan was allegedly dragged out of his collar and humiliated, according to his counsel.
The Lahore High Court, however, emphasized that this subject is not before them, and the hearing was postponed till the court’s proceedings were completed.