The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Thursday issued bailable capture warrants for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan in scorn of court case.
A five-part commission, headed by Chief Election Commissioner Justice Sardar Muhammad Raza, requested the PTI boss to submit surety obligations of Rs100,000 till September 25. Imran Khan again neglected to show up before the commission in Thursday’s procedure. The commission requested him to show up under the watchful eye of the court on September 25. The insight for Imran Khan, Babar Awan, contended that the gathering boss was abroad and that he had come back to the nation only a hour prior.
Imran Khan regarded the ECP and would show up before it at whatever point it requested, he added.Ahmad Hassan, the direction for the applicant, contended that the ECP’s requests had been damaged as in spite of the commission’s request, Imran Khan did not come today.
He watched that Imran Khan ought to have showed up before the commission, on the off chance that he really regarded the ECP.He requested that the commission proceed with its procedure as per the law.On this, the ECP held its judgment in the scorn case and issued bailable capture warrants for the PTI boss.