29 cases registere against Imran Khan across Islamabad: As many as 29 cases have so far been registere against the Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan, across the federal capital territory of Islamabad. This information was disclosed in a thorough report delivered to the Islamabad High Court under Chief Judge Aamer Farooq’s directives.
On Monday, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) ordered to provide detail of cases registered against PTI Chairman Imran Khan across the federal capital territory by Tuesday (today).
Chief Justice Aamer Farooq passed the order on a petition in which Khan requested to provide the details of the cases registered against him.
صرف اسلام آباد میں عمران خان پر 29 مقدمے درج ہیں جن میں 28 پولیس اور ایک ایف آئی اے میں،اسلام آباد ہائیکورٹ میں عمران خان کیخلاف کیسز کی تفصیلات جمع کروا دی گئیں
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The State Council stated that 28 complaints were file against Imran Khan by the Islamabad Police. In contrast, one was file by the Federal Investigation Agency, according to a thorough report presented in the IHC on Tuesday, and copies of which are available with MM News.
It further noted that one complaint against Khan had already been dismisse while the status of seven cases was ‘under investigation.’ Besides that, 20 cases were pending in trial courts, and one case, registered against FIA Foreign Exchange Act, was pending in Banking Court.