Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has announced to challenge the decision of the Toshakhana case and the arrest of the Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan in the Supreme Court.
According to the media reports, the PTI spokesperson said that the Tosha Khana case is another black mark placed on the forehead of the justice system and an attempt was made to kill justice in the worst trial in history. He said that the decision of the Islamabad Sessions Court is the worst example of political revenge and political engineering.
It is pertinent to mention here that the Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and former Prime Minister, Imran Khan has been arrested from Lahore after the decision of Islamabad Sessions Court in the Toshakhana case today (Saturday, August 5).
According to media reports, the PTI Chairman could be moved to Kot Lakhpat before being taken to Islamabad. The police have deployed more officers in various nooks and crannies throughout the Federal Capital Islamabad. The police also compiled a list of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf workers in the Federal Capital. In the event of a protest, there is a chance of retaliation against the workers.
Following the verdict of the Islamabad Sessions Court to sentence PTI Chairman Imran Khan to three years in prison and his arrest in the Toshakhana case, barriers were built on the highways leading to Zaman Park in Lahore.
Earlier, the Sessions Court sentenced PTI Chairman to three years imprisonment in the Toshakhana case. A hearing was held on the admissibility of the Tosha Khana case in the Sessions Court.
Judge Humayun Dilawar noted in his judgment that the claims against Chairman PTI in the Toshakhana case are established, as is the charge of revealing phony assets against him. He added that Chairman PTI had received a three-year prison term and that arrest warrants had been issued for him. He claimed that Chairman PTI had been fined one lakh rupees and that the motion for admission had been denied.