NAB has Arrested (detained) former Prime Minister Imran Khan from the Islamabad High Court (IHC)

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NAB has Arrested (detained) former Prime Minister Imran Khan from the Islamabad High Court (IHC)

NAB has Arrested (detained) former Prime Minister Imran Khan from the Islamabad High Court (IHC)

ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has Arrested (detained) former Prime Minister Imran Khan from the Islamabad High Court (IHC), according to Voice News 

Rangers took the PTI chairman into jail in the Al-Qadir Trust case from the IHC, where he had gone to seek bail in several FIRs filed against him.

The former prime minister was placed under a black vigil by police enforcement.

Dr Akbar Nasir Khan, Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad, confirmed the arrest and stated that the situation is under control.

According to Geo News, the PTI chairman was on his way to the IHC for biometrics when he was apprehended. The NAB officials were wanted on arrest warrants.

The IHC takes notice.

Following Khan’s detention, IHC Chief Justice Aamer Farooq took note and summoned the Islamabad Inspector General and the Interior Secretary within “15 minutes.”

He also ordered the additional attorney general to come in court in 15 minutes and to investigate who was responsible for the arrest.

“If an inquiry is required, action will be taken against the prime minister and his cabinet,” the chief judge warned.

“Tell us in which case the arrest was made?” Justice Farooq continued.

The Islamabad advocate general then sought that the court extend the 15-minute time limit to 30 minutes; however, the plea was denied, and he was told to appear in 15 minutes.

According to the federal capital’s chief cop, the former premier was arrested in the Qadir Trust case. “The situation is typical. “Section 144 is in effect, and violations will result in police action,” stated the Inspector General of Police in Islamabad. 

CJ Aamer Farooq of the Islamabad High Court (IHC) has taken note of the occurrence and summoned the IG Islamabad, the secretary interior, and the assistant attorney general. 

Justice Farooq has ordered that Imran be immediately informed of who was responsible for his detention and in what instance he was detained. The judge insisted that action will be taken, “even if it means taking action against ministers.”

The former premier was apprehended within the IHC, where he had gone for a hearing on cases of inciting mutiny. 

According to preliminary reports, Imran has been transported to the Rawalpindi office of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

The former premier was apprehended within the IHC, where he had gone for a hearing on cases of inciting mutiny. 

Prior to his arrest, PTI senior leader Fawad Chaudhry stated that Rangers were occupying the IHC, that lawyers were being tortured, and that Imran’s car was encircled.

As he approached the courthouse, Rangers troops surrounded Imran Khan’s vehicle and took him into custody before transporting him to another site in a neighbouring black Vigo. Before his appearance before the Islamabad High Court, the PTI Chairman was allegedly on his way to the biometric centre.

According to sources, Pakistan Rangers held arrest warrants for Imran Khan in the National Accountability Bureau’s Al-Qadir Trust case. The incident was captured on video, and it showed Imran Khan’s lawyer being hurt during the arrest.

Chief Justice Aamer Farooq of the Islamabad High Court took notice of Imran Khan’s detention and summoned the IGP Islamabad and other officials within the next 15 minutes. The court also demanded an explanation from government officials regarding the reasons behind the

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NAB has Arrested (detained) former Prime Minister Imran Khan from the Islamabad High Court (IHC)

PTI to take to the streets across Pakistan

Previously enacted legislation The Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf has organised a nationwide demonstration after the party’s leader was arrested in a fraud case.

Fawad Chaudhry asked people to take to the streets in support of Imran Khan in a social media post. He urged people to leave their homes, claiming that the Islamabad High Court had been attacked. According to Chaudhry, the IHC has been occupied by Rangers, and lawyers are being tortured, while Imran Khan’s car has been encircled.

It was also stated that the PTI chief’s lawyer was hurt inside the Islamabad High Court.

The Islamabad High Court takes notice of a high-profile arrest and summons the IGP Islamabad and the Attorney General.

Soon after the arrest, the Islamabad High Court took notice of the former prime minister’s arrest and summoned Islamabad’s Inspector General of Police Islamabad and Pakistan’s Attorney General.

Imran Khan was mentally prepared to be arrested.

Imran had earlier posted a video in which he claimed there was no case against him. “I’ve mentally prepared myself to be arrested.” “I’m ready to go to jail,” PTI head remarked.

The news comes a day after the Pakistan Army advised the PTI president against disparaging serving officers after the latter referred to the institution and Pakistan as his own, emphasizing that he does not need to lie.

Imran stole billions

Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah alleged that the NAB was conducting investigations into Imran Khan, one of which was about creating a Rs50 billion loss to the national exchequer.

He alleged that Imran Khan was regularly served with notices, and that Imran refused to cooperate with the investigations or appear in court. The minister said that billions of dollars were stolen in the Toshakhana affair.

What exactly is the Al-Qadir Trust case?

Imran Khan, Bushra Bibi, and their close advisers Zulfi Bukhari and Babar Awan have all been active in the Al-Qadir University Project Trust.

The former prime minister, his wife Bushra Bibi, and other PTI leaders are facing a NAB investigation over a settlement between the PTI administration and a property tycoon that allegedly resulted in a 190 million pound loss to the national exchequer.

According to the charges, Khan and others accused allegedly modified Rs50 billion — 190 million pounds at the time — provided to the government by Britain’s National Crime Agency (NCA).

They are also accused of improperly obtaining about 458 kanals of land in Mouza Bakrala, Sohawa, to create Al Qadir University.

According to documents, Khan, Bushra Bibi, Bukhari, and Awan established the Al-Qadir University Project Trust in order to establish the ‘Al-Qadir University’ for the purpose of providing ‘excellent education’ in the Sohawa tehsil in the Jhelum region of Punjab.

“Bani Gala House, Islamabad” has been listed as the trust’s office address.

Later, the trustees signed an agreement with Bahria Town to accept donations from the latter.

The Trust was given 458 kanal, four marla, and 58 square feet for the proposal by Bahria Town. Bushra Bibi signed the MoU with Bahria Town, which will take effect in March 2019.

Khan was arrested in response to a’secret’ NAB warrant obtained a week earlier.

Former Prime Minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan was detained on a warrant issued more than a week ago, although Khan and his associates were reportedly unaware of its existence Source Voice News
A copy of the warrants obtained by Aaj News shows that they were issued on May 1, 20223.
The Aaj News According to Islamabad Bureau Chief Tariq Chaudhry, the federal interior minister and Islamabad police chief allege that a warrant was delivered to Khan’s houses in Lahore and Islamabad, and that he had enough opportunity to appear before the accountability board.
The warrant was issued on May 1, 20223

The warrant says Khan “is accused of commission of offense of corruption and corrupt practices under section 9(a) of National Accountability Ordinance 199 and Schedule.”
The warrant was issued on May 1, 20223
The warrant issued by the Chairman NAB, Lt. Gen (retd) Nazir Ahmed, said that Imran Khan “shall be produced before the court for authorization of detention for such period as may be necessary for the finalization of the inquiry investigation.”
The Al Qadir Trust case involves the allotment of a vast tract of land in favor of Imran Khan and his wife Bushra Bibi near Islamabad.
The Islamabad Inspector General of Police said shortly after Khan’s detention that the PTI head had been transferred to a NAB office.
Khan was also presented the warrant before being arrested, according to the IGP.
According to reports, a team of law enforcement authorities was dispatched to Khan’s Zaman Park apartment in Lahore following his arrest.

IHC chief justice takes notice of Imran Khan’s arrest

The PTI chairman was brought into jail from the court grounds.
The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has taken note of Imran Khan’s arrest and summoned the Additional Attorney General as well as the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad.
Rangers arrested the PTI Chief on Tuesday from the court premises, amid a confrontation between attorneys and ranger officials.
The law enforcement agency, according to Khan’s counsel, did not produce them any arrest warrants.
In his remarks, IHC Chief Justice Aamer Farooq inquired as to how this arrest occurred and in which instance Imran Khan was detained. “If I am not told, I will summon the Prime Minister.”
According to sources, Khan has been arrested in the Al Qadir Trust case, but there has been no official word on the arrest.
The former Prime Minister had arrived before the IHC to testify in two instances. A heavy contingent of police was already deployed there.

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