Monday, September 25, 2023

An application was filed in the Supreme Court against Imran Khan’s 3-year imprisonment in the Tosha Khana case

Additional Sessions Judge Humayun Dilawar is requested to declare the decision null and void

An application was filed in the Supreme Court to quash the decision to arrest and punish Chairman PTI in the Tosha Khana criminal case.

The application has been filed by Advocate Lahore High Court Saima Safdar under Article 184-2 of the Constitution.

In the petition, the Supreme Court has been requested to declare the judgment null and void by making the state, the government and Additional Sessions Judge Humayun Dilawar, who delivered the judgment, a party.

In the text of the petition, it has been asked that the trial of the Toshakhana case be resumed. Chairman PT was not given the right to a fair trial in the case, the case has been decided in haste.

It should be noted that on August 5, Imran Khan was sentenced to three years imprisonment by the District and Sessions Court Islamabad in the Tosha Khana Fou Jadari case. In case of non-payment, they will have to undergo 6 more months of imprisonment.

After the Toshakhana decision, the former prime minister was arrested from his residence in Zaman Park Lahore and was transferred to Attock Jail by the motorway on the same day.

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