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As the Al-Qadir Trust case trial gets underway, lawyers are permitted to speak with Imran.

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RAWALPINDI The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Imran Khan was met by Khawaja Haris, Barrister Gohar, and Ali Bukhari on Wednesday at the New Police Guest House in Police Lines with permission from the authorities.

Prior to now, Imran’s meeting with the legal team and PTI leaders was forbidden.

At NUST University Chowk, Imran’s legal team was halted, and PTI leaders Babar Awan, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, and Asad Umar were also denied access to the police lines.

Awan informed a private news station that nobody was permitted to meet Imran, even the legal team.

Imran was taken into custody from the Islamabad High Court on Tuesday in connection with the Al-Qadir Trust case, a property deal issue in which he is now being prosecuted.

Judge Humayun Dilawar of the Additional Session, who is also hearing the Toshakhana case against Imran Khan, has now arrived at the Police Lines.

According to sources, the NAB authorities will ask the court to place Imran Khan under physical restraint for 14 days.

Court deemed the guest house.

Prior to it, the guest home was designated as the venue for Imran Khan’s trial, according to HP News.

NAB and Toshakhana cases would reportedly be heard in the New Police Guest House and Police Lines Headquarters rather than the F-8 Court Complex and Judicial Complex G-11/4 Islamabad, according to sources.

Additionally, a notification has been made in this respect. The judges who would hear the NAB and Toshakhana cases will travel to the Police Lines Headquarters H11/1 Islamabad, according to the notification.

Before the hearing on the Al-Qadir Trust case, a land deal matter for which he was detained a day earlier, the legal team was refused permission to meet with the party chairman.

According to Babar Awan, a member of Khan’s legal team, “We were not allowed to meet our client.” No one, he said, is permitted to meet with the PTI leader, which is against the law.

According to sources, the PTI leader has been moved to the Police Lines Guest House. On the other hand, the federal government gave Police Lines Guest House the status of a sub-jail in response to a plea from the NAB, and Imran Khan would stay there if physical remand is approved in the NAB case.

It is important to remember that the former prime minister was arrested on Tuesday in the Al-Qadir Trust case by a team from the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) with the assistance of Rangers, which prompted the IHC to take notice. Imran Khan didn’t reply to the letters that were provided to him, according to the NAB, and his detention was “completely in line with law and as per NAB ordinance.”

Imran Khan’s cousin Saifullah Niazi said that the PTI leader had been detained on the grounds of the Islamabad High Court, where he had appeared in two cases. He was sent to the NAB office in Rawalpindi. The Pakistan Rangers troops helped the NAB team throughout the operation.

NAB custody

According to sources, Imran Khan would probably be in the NAB’s custody for four to five days because the NAB asked the court for the longest possible detention period for him.

 

They assured them that the NAB representatives would make every effort to hold him in prison for at least four to five days. The National Accountability Ordinance, 1999 has just been amended, reducing the length of physical remand from 90 days to 14 days, which may be given by any court.

 

According to sources, the accountability watchdog will ask the court for a 14-day physical remand.

Arrest

Imran Khan, the former prime minister and leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, was taken into jail on Tuesday in the Al-Qadir Trust case by a team from the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) with the assistance of Rangers, which caused the IHC to take notice. Imran Khan did not react to the letters that were provided to him, according to the NAB, and his detention was “completely in line with law and as per NAB ordinance.”

 

Imran Khan’s cousin Saifullah Niazi said that the PTI leader was detained on the grounds of the Islamabad High Court, where he had appeared in two cases. He was sent to the NAB office in Rawalpindi. The Pakistan Rangers troops helped the NAB team throughout the operation.

Imran Khan has been detained in connection with the Al-Qadir Trust case, the Islamabad IGP claimed in a tweet. He said that before being arrested, Mr. Khan had seen the warrant.

 

He said that there was quiet in the capital city once section 144 was implemented. According to a source, Bushra Bibi has appealed the IHC’s decision to hold a hearing on the NAB investigation into the matter.

 

Imran Khan’s detention was also verified by PTI attorney Faisal Chaudhry.

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