Imran Khan: Imran Khan is looking for a legal corridor to avoid arrest today, prepared arguments

Imran Khan Toshakhana Case: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan is facing non-bailable warrant in the Toshakhana Case. His production time  is ending on 7th March. Before this, he has made preparations to escape.  Imran Khan did not reach Islamabad before the time of 10 am. 

It is being told that Imran is neither in the mood to appear in the court today nor is he ready to be arrested. Rather, while the team of his lawyers will appeal in the Lahore High Court for Imran’s bail, an application will also be presented in the Islamabad High Court against the decision of the Additional Sessions Court.   

Arguments have been prepared 
Arguments have also been prepared citing security reasons to avoid the arrest of the former PM of Pakistan. Meanwhile, Imran Khan’s junior lawyer appeared in the Additional Sessions Court of Islamabad. However, according to Pak media, instead of clarifying some of the situation regarding Imran Khan’s appearance in the court, he only told that at 10 am (10:30 Indian time), Imran Khan’s team of senior lawyers will appear, which will explain the further situation. . However, the hope that Imran Khan will be safe with the help of these maneuvers is dim.

The number of cases has increased to 76
The number of court cases filed against Imran Khan in Pakistan has increased to 76. Even if Imran escaped the appearance on March 7 in the Toshakhana case, the next challenge before him would be to evade the production order issued just two days later in the money laundering case.

Pakistan’s anti-corruption organization NAB has summoned Imran. However, the NAB employees who came to give the notice on Monday were not allowed to reach their house by Imran Khan supporters. And yesterday the Government of Pakistan has banned telecasting of Imran Khan’s speech on television.

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