No More Arrest Warrant against Ex Prime Minister

No More Arrest Warrant against Ex Prime Minister

The Lahore High Court suspended the Arrest warrant against Chairman Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf, Asad Umar and Fawad Chohdary. They were alleged in case of speaking ill about female senior judge of Islamabad High court, and Election Commission of Pakistan.

The Islamabad High Court ordered arrest warrant against PTI Chairman Imran Khan. The arrest warrant was bailable and the PTI leaders didn’t appear in court and demanded bail after which the case was transferred to Lahore High Court.

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Lahore High Court’s Justice of Rawalpindi Bench heard the case on Monday and ordered Fawad Chohdary, Imran Khan and Asad Umar to pay Rs 50,000 each as fine and not to commit such crime again.

Allegations against Election Commission

Advocate Faisal Chohdary, the lawyer from Imran Khan claimed that the arrest warrant for PTI leaders was issued by Election Commission of Pakistan, which is illegal as ECP is not a court to order arrest warrant.

The ECP has also contempt a case against Imran Khan and Senior Officials of PTI as they constantly making false statements against Election body and Chief election Commission. While PTI claimed that Election Commission of Pakistan is not a court and anyone can claim injustice remarks against it.

The Lahore High court ordered PTI to stop making allegations against other organisations. Election Commission of Pakistan is respectable organisation of Pakistan and PTI should respect it. Previously PTI leaders were also involved in making false allegations against Pakistan Army officials and Former Chief of Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa.

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The Election Commission of Pakistan ordered PTI to stop making anymore allegations against senior officials and pay the amount of RS 50000 as fine for now. While the case will continue till final decisions.

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