An arrest warrant has been issued against former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan by Islamabad police on Saturday. The Margalla police station in Islamabad issued the warrant. According to media sources, the warrant is connected to the case that was filed on August 20 pertaining to his comment about Additional District & Sessions Judge Zeba Chaudhary.
According to the First Information report, the PTI leader threatened government agencies and made an effort to exert pressure on the legal system and law enforcement.
Imran Khan had been booked for the terrorism charges under sections 188, 189, 504 and 506 were included in the case.
However, the Islamabad High Court (IHC), eventually withdrew the terrorism-related allegations against the PTI head in the case and sent the matter from the anti-terrorism court to the civil court.
A day earlier, the PTI chairman showed up unexpectedly in Judge Zeba Chaudhry’s court to apologise to the female judge, but the Additional District and Sessions Judge was not there.
Since the judge wasn’t there, the former prime minister went to the reader and other staff members and requested that they inform the judge that Imran Khan had come to apologise to her.