Imran Khan will appear in court today, section 144 imposed in Islamabad city

Imran Khan will appear in court today, section 144 imposed in Islamabad city

A district and sessions court in Islamabad is set to resume hearing on Saturday in the Toshakhana case against former prime minister Imran Khan. In the last few hearings, Imran Khan did not reach the court. Efforts were also made to arrest him but, the Pak police failed to do so. Today he can appear in the court during the hearing. For this, Imran Khan has left for Islamabad with the convoy. On the other hand, Section 144 has been implemented in Islamabad city in view of security.

PTI leader Imran Khan appears in the court of Additional District and Sessions Judge (ADSJ) Zafar Iqbal to attend proceedings on a complaint filed by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) for allegedly hiding details of gifts in his asset declaration are about to happen.

According to Dawn, the PTI chief along with a convoy of his party workers has left from his residence in Zaman Park, Lahore and is on his way to Islamabad. The average time for Imran to reach Islamabad by road is a little over four hours. He can appear in the court during the hearing till the day.

Videos posted by PTI

When Imran Khan came out of the house with his convoy, during this time a crowd of workers was seen near his house. The party posted a video of Imran waving to his supporters from inside the vehicle.

Section 144 implemented in Islamabad

On the other hand, tight security arrangements have been made outside the judicial complex at G-11 in Islamabad, where Imran is expected to reach by afternoon. Heavy police force has been deployed in the area to handle the security arrangements. The Islamabad administration has imposed Section 144 in the capital from Friday night itself. In which private companies, security guards or individuals were banned from carrying weapons. It is mandatory for the drivers to carry the registration documents of their vehicles while driving.

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