Islamabad [Pakistan]March 24 (ANI): A high-level Joint Investigative Team (JIT) has been formed to investigate four cases against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan and his supporters for alleged attacks on courts and Law enforcement, wreaked havoc, Geo News quoted Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah as saying, and obstructed the functioning of the courts.
The formation of the JIT was spearheaded by the Additional Inspector General of the Police Special Unit in Punjab Zulfiqar Hameed, and comprised representatives of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Intelligence Bureau (IB), Military Intelligence (MI) and DIG headquarters in Awais Ahmad, Islamabad.
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Home Minister Rana Sanaullah accused Imran Khan on February 28 of using an “armed gang” to attack the federal judiciary building in order to thwart court proceedings against Toshakhana’s foreign funds, Geo News reported.
Sanaullah added that the JIT has been given the responsibility to investigate the case and will complete the investigation within 14 days and submit the challan to the court.
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It is worth noting that PTI supporters recently forcibly entered the judicial building, breaking down the gates and vandalizing the courtroom. In Ramna Police Station, Islamabad, charges were filed under Section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) and other offences.
The PTI chairman saw the same scene when he arrived at the IHC and filed a separate FIR with the police station on terrorism-related charges, Geo News reported.
Islamabad police filed FIRs, including terrorism charges, against Khan and dozens of PTI leaders, Dawn reported.
In a tweet, police accused PTI supporters of “incitement, arson, vandalism [and] On Thursday, several PTI supporters caused a commotion inside the judicial building.
“As many as 58 police officers were injured in the violence and vandalism, while 12 cars, 20 motorcycles and a police chowki (checkpoint) were set on fire,” the police said. (Arnie)
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