The Decision Regarding The Al-Qadeer Trust Land Case Has Been Reserved
The accountability court has reserved its decision on physical remand against former Prime Minister Imran Khan in the Al-Qadir Trust land case, which will be heard shortly. According to ARY News, the former Prime Minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan appeared before the accountability court in the Al-Qadir Trust case. The NAB had requested a 14-day physical remand for Imran Khan. After the Deputy Prosecution and Imran Khan's lawyers presented their arguments, the court reserved its decision on the physical remand, which will be heard shortly.
Before this, Imran Khan was presented in the accountability court in Islamabad in the Police Line Headquarters. Judge Muhammad Bashir heard the case while Imran Khan was represented by his lawyers Khawaja Haris, Barrister Ali Gohar, and Advocate Ali Bukhari.
During the hearing, NAB Deputy Prosecutor General Sardar Muzaffar Abbasi informed the court that this corruption case was caught through the British National Crime Agency and Imran Khan was issued an arrest warrant at the time of his arrest. At this point, former Prime Minister Imran Khan rejected the Deputy Prosecutor General's claim and informed the court that he was not arrested at the time of his arrest but was issued an arrest warrant after arriving at the NAB office.
NAB Deputy Prosecutor informed Imran Khan's lawyers to provide evidence and informed the court that the National Crime Agency of Britain investigated corruption, instead of the Pakistani government.
Imran Khan's lawyers opposed the physical remand and Khawaja Haris Advocate stated that he would discuss the legal aspects of Imran Khan's arrest. Khawaja Haris further stated that the land of Al-Qadir Trust has a building and people are getting free education from it. A legal person is required in this trust who is not a public office holder, while Imran Khan is not a public office holder at this time.
Imran Khan's lawyer provided evidence, stating that the NAB is saying that we need to collect records, and all the money that came was approved by the cabinet. After Khawaja Haris's argument was complete, the court reserved its decision on NAB's request for physical remand against Imran Khan, which will be heard shortly.
It should be noted that former Prime Minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan was arrested by the Rangers yesterday after being surrounded by Islamabad High Court. His arrest was made in connection with the Al-Qadir Trust case being heard in the NAB court, and after his arrest, the PTI Chairman was transferred to the NAB Rawalpindi office. Now, he has been transferred to the police line headquarters, where he has been given the status of sub-jail and all non-related people, including the media, are prohibited from entering. Before the hearing, Imran Khan met with his lawyers to discuss the case.
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