Violence will spread if Imran Khan gets bail

Violence will spread if Imran Khan gets bail

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan (Photo: The Dawn)

The Intelligence Bureau (IB) has warned that there is a risk of violence spreading across the country if Pakistan’s former prime minister and current chairman of the main opposition political party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan is granted bail in the Al-Qadir Trust corruption case. .

The IB has also advised the law enforcement agencies to be prepared in advance in case such a thing actually happens.

Today Friday (May 12), Chief Commissioner of Islamabad Police Noor-ul-Amin Mangel and Inspector General Dr. IB sent two separate copies of the same letter to Akbar Nasir Khan.

In that letter, it is said that Imran Khan Niazi has been making the general public of Pakistan angry with various institutions of the state through his provocative speeches for a long time and his various speeches have recently led to several riots across the country including the capital Islamabad.

After the arrest of Imran Khan from the Islamabad High Court last Tuesday, the letter indicates about the massive protests and vandalism that have taken place across Pakistan, the letter says, “Due to Tuesday’s protests, Pakistan’s public and private properties have been severely damaged, they blocked the road leading to Islamabad airport for hours, food delivery vehicles prevented from entering the capital.

It was claimed that, in short, a group of miscreants had taken control of Islamabad that day under the guise of public protests. If Imran Khan Niazi gets bail, there is a possibility of repeating the same incident in a worse way. Therefore, IB’s advice to the capital police is that you should be alert and prepared for the security situation in Islamabad. Also make the security system tougher and flawless where Imran Khan Niazi is currently.

Imran Khan went to the Islamabad High Court to attend the hearing of two cases last Tuesday. From there Al-Qadir Trust corruption case him

The arrests were made by a joint team of the country’s paramilitary Rangers and the National Accountability Bureau (NAB). NAB issued this arrest warrant on May 1.

The warrant, signed by NAB chairman retired Lt. Gen. Nazir Ahmed Butt, said that while he was prime minister, Imran Khan, his current wife Bushra Bibi and his current wife Bushra Bibi had given $19 million to a British real estate company in the name of the Al-Qadir University project in Sohawa, Punjab province, Pakistan. Several senior leaders of Imran’s political party Pakistan Tehreek-e Insaaf.

It is mentioned in the warrant that Imran and Bushra Bibi have taken illegal benefits from the land allotted for the university.

Pakistan erupted in unprecedented protests after Imran’s arrest on Tuesday. PTI leaders and activists clashed with the police and security forces across the country, and angry mobs attacked state buildings, cantonments and military offices in various cities of Pakistan’s four provinces, including the capital Islamabad.

Army personnel were deployed in Islamabad, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan on Tuesday as the situation turned critical.

NAB made Imran Khan appear before the Supreme Court on the orders of the Supreme Court on Thursday. After the hearing, the Supreme Court declared the NAB’s arrest illegal and ordered Imran to appear before the Islamabad High Court on Friday.

After the Supreme Court gave this order, Imran Khan requested that he be ordered to return home, but Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandyal rejected his request and said that from now on, Imran Khan will stay in the Police Lines guest house in Islamabad.

Imran Khan appeared in the Islamabad High Court on Friday as ordered by the Supreme Court. Al-Qadir also applied for bail in the Trust corruption case. A hearing is now being held on that application.

Source: ODHIKAR by

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