Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and Ex-prime minister Imran Khan was booked in a terrorism case over violence and creating chaos in Zaman Park.
According to reports, A case has been registered against the PTI chairman and other party leaders at the Lahore Race Course police station on the complaint of SHO. The FIR carries 20 Sections including Section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act.
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The complaint was registered by SHO Rehan Anwar.
The FIR stated the party workers and hundreds of supporters committed serious crimes at the nod of the former prime minister. It added that the PTI workers damaged state properties and used petrol bombs, In FIR it was also stated that Imran khan tried to interfere in state affairs.
During the extreme clashes, 63 policemen got injured and hundreds of local people got infected due to tear gas, including the DIG operations of the Islamabad police, it added.
Zaman Park Operation
Clashes erupts between Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers and Law enforcement officials on Tuesday as a heavy contingent of police reached Zaman Park to arrest former prime minister Imran Khan in the Toshakana case and judge threat case.
The court of ADSJ Zafar Iqbal restored non-bailable arrest warrants for Imran in the Toshakhana reference and instructed the police to arrest the PTI chief and present him in court by 18th March.
The Islamabad police used water cannons and tear gas at PTI workers gathered outside party chief Imran Khan’s Zaman Park residence. The clashes between PTI workers and Police continues for 24 hours that ends On Wednesday after the Lahore High Court (LHC) stopped the police operations at former premier Imran Khan’s Zaman Park residence till 10 am by today.
LHC’s Justice Tariq Saleem Sheikh issued the order on a petition filed by PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry seeking to stop the “atrocities” outside Zaman Park.
After the LHC order, Police and other law enforcers pulled back from former premier Imran Khan’s Zaman Park residence.
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