Thursday, March 30, 2023

Quetta police book Imran Khan for incitement

On Monday, the Quetta police in Pakistan registered a case against Imran Khan, the Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), accusing him of inciting officers of state institutions.

The FIR, filed on the request of Abdul Khalil Khakar, also included provisions for the prevention of electronic crimes. The FIR claimed that Mr. Khan made baseless allegations against state institutions and spread hatred through inflammatory speeches against officers of state institutions.

In response to the FIR, Mr. Chaudhry, a PTI member, tweeted that two new cases had been registered against Mr. Khan, one in Quetta and the other in Islamabad, bringing the total number of cases against him to 75.

Meanwhile, Mr. Khan was booked in another case at the Racecourse police station, along with over 150 PTI workers, on charges of surrounding the Islamabad police and giving death threats to police personnel. The FIR alleged that Mr. Khan planned the incident and that PTI leaders behaved violently with the police force.

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