Court issues production orders for Imran, Qureshi

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Court issues production orders for Imran, Qureshi

In a case involving vandalism during the 2022 Azadi March, a judge on Friday issued production warrants for Shah Mahmood Qureshi, the senior party leader, and Imran Khan, the founding chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

A sessions court heard the case with PTI lawyers Sardar Mohammad Masroof and Naeem Haider Panjotha present. Judge Mureed Abbas presiding over the hearings

At the Karachi Company police station, a case was filed against Qureshi, the former premier, and other parties.

On April 20, the hearing was rescheduled.
In two cases akin to this one, an Islamabad court magistrate cleared the founding chairman of the PTI earlier this week.

Long march cases

After claims of arson and vandalism in the federal capital the previous day, the Islamabad police on May 27, 2022, filed separate cases against 150 individuals, including Imran Khan, the chairman of the Pakistan Turkistan (PTI) and a former prime minister, along with other party officials.

Evidence from private TV news networks and footage from Safe City cameras were submitted in court cases. At least 39 people were apprehended after their identification via video.

Following his expulsion as premier due to a vote of no confidence, Imran began his march on Islamabad to topple the coalition government that had taken over.

The PTI held the meeting as part of its campaign to free the country from the “slavery” of the coalition government that the US had “backed” and bring about “real freedom.”

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