WhatsApp Logo Subscribe
For News Alert

News

Court in Islamabad acquits Imran Khan, others in PTI’s Azadi March cases

By News Desk

June 3, 2024 11:33 AM


File Photo

Twitter Share Facebook Share WhatsApp Share

A court in Islamabad on Monday acquitted former prime minister and ex-PTI chairman Imran Khan, PTI stalwarts Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Ali Muhammad Khan and Murad Saeed in cases of violation of section 144 and vandalism during the party’s Azadi march, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

Former PTI leader Asad Umar was also given a clean chit in the case.

Judicial Magistrate Ihtesham Alam pronounced the verdict on the petitions filed by PTI leaders.

Ali Muhammad Khan along with lawyers Naeem Panjutha, Sardar Masroof Advocate and Amina Ali Advocate appeared in the court. Asad Umar also showed up.

Cases had been registered against Imran Khan and other PTI leaders at Golra Police Station of Islamabad.

 

Reporter: Hashir Ahsan


News Desk


Most Read

  1. Mariyam Nafees defends girls involved in Lahore Tuck Shop Incident Mariyam Nafees defends girls involved in Lahore Tuck Shop Incident
  2. 500 shops gutted as fire sweeps through Sunday Bazaar in Islamabad 500 shops gutted as fire sweeps through Sunday Bazaar in Islamabad
  3. Saudi plane catches fire while landing at Peshawar Airport Saudi plane catches fire while landing at Peshawar Airport
  4. PTM leader, poet Gilaman Wazir succumbs to injuries in Islamabad PTM leader, poet Gilaman Wazir succumbs to injuries in Islamabad
  5. 'Baby Rathee Coming':  Dhruv Rathee announces wife's pregnancy 'Baby Rathee Coming':  Dhruv Rathee announces wife's pregnancy
  6. EU top court rules against Austria wolf hunting EU top court rules against Austria wolf hunting