- Probe against Imran Khan completed: Prosecutor
- Says PTI chief is being accused of aiding and abetting.
- ATC Lahore extends PTI chief’s bail till August 8 in five cases.
Special prosecutor Farhad Ali Shah has said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has been found guilty of all charges related to the attack on Jinnah House in Lahore during the May 9 violence.
Talking to the media in Lahore on Friday, Shah said that the investigation in the matter has been completed till the PTI chief.
,[The] The PTI chief’s involvement in the Jinnah House attack probe has been established and he is being accused of aiding and abetting.”
The special prosecutor also said that evidence has been collected of the former prime minister’s involvement in the attack and that his arrest is necessary “to bring out the evidence”.
“He [Imran Khan] Should be arrested as this is a non-bailable case.”
Meanwhile, the Special Anti-Terrorism Court in Lahore has extended Imran’s bail till August 8 in five cases, including the Jinnah House attack. daily jang informed of.
ATC judge Aabhar Gul Khan heard the matter and the PTI chief appeared in the court.
A large number of PTI workers and supporters staged an almost nationwide demonstration on 9 May – when the PTI chairman was arrested by paramilitary forces on the instructions of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in an alleged corruption case.
Protesters destroyed public and private properties, attacked military installations – the General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi and the Lahore Corps Commander’s House (Jinnah House) – and vandalized the remains of martyrs.
Following the incidents, the civilian and military leadership on 9 May resolved to give exemplary punishment under relevant laws, including the Army Act, to all those involved in hooliganism, arson, vandalism of public and private properties, attacks on sensitive military installations and desecration of martyrs’ memorials.