Imran Khan’s non-bailable arrest warrants issued case pertaining to the hurling of threats to a female judge.
The court ordered to arrest and produce PTI chief Imran Khan on March 29.
Imran Khan’s non-bailable arrest warrants were issued on Monday in the case pertaining to threats to a female judge.
As reported, the district and sessions judge rejected PTI chairman Imran Khan’s plea for exemption from appearance and issued non-bailable arrest warrants for him in the case pertaining to the hurling of threats to a female judge.
Senior Civil Judge Rana Mujahid Rahim has instructed the police to arrest and produce PTI chief Imran Khan before the court on March 29.
The judge ruled that the court will hear arguments on Imran’s petition seeking to be dismissed from the case in the next proceedings.
PTI filed a plea requesting an exemption from personal appearance for Imran as the hearing resumed today,
However, Judge Rahim issued a warning that non-bailable arrest warrants could be issued for Imran Khan, if he failed to appear before the court today.
After a brief recess in the hearing, Imran Khan’s counsel Naeem Panjotha filed another petition seeking the acquittal of his client in the case.
He said the in-person appearance of an application was not mandatory in the acquittal plea.
After hearing arguments, the judge reserved judgment on the exemption plea and said it will be announced later today.