Islamabad, Oct 1 (PTI) A magistrate in Pakistan on Saturday issued an arrest warrant against former prime minister Imran Khan in a case of threatening a woman judge.
Since then the speculations got air that he could also be arrested.
It may be mentioned that while addressing a rally on August 20, Khan had made controversial remarks against Additional District and Sessions Judge, Zeba Choudhary.
Following this, a case was registered against the former prime minister at the Margalla police station in the capital. The Islamabad High Court had initiated contempt proceedings against him.
In the said case, a local magistrate issued an arrest warrant on the request of the police.
The Pakistan-Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief was earlier booked under terrorism-related laws, but the charges were dropped on the directions of the Islamabad High Court and the case was transferred from an anti-terrorism court to a normal sessions court. was done.
Bhasha Falguni Rajkumar
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