FIR has been registered against former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan on complaint of Magistrate Ali Javed in Margalla Police Station of Islamabad.
FIR says main aim of intimidation was to prevent police officers and judiciary from carrying out their legal obligations.
FIR states that Imran Khan’s speech was aimed to spread unrest and terror among the people.
A first information report (FIR) was registered against former prime minister Imran Khan under the Anti-Terrorism Act for threatening an additional sessions judge and senior police officers of the Islamabad Police at a rally in the federal capital’s F-9 Park.
The FIR was registered on the complaint of Magistrate Ali Javed in Islamabad’s Margalla Police Station under Section 7 of ATA.
The FIR states that the PTI chairman threatened Additional Sessions Judge Zeba Chaudhry and police officers at a rally in F-9 Park to “terrorise” police officials and judiciary. The main aim of the intimidation was to prevent the police officers and judiciary from carrying out their legal obligations, says the FIR.
The FIR states that Imran Khan’s speech was aimed to spread unrest and terror among the people.
Police deployed around Bani Gala
Additional police force has been deployed outside Imran Khan’s Bani Gala residence and the road leading to his residence has also been closed for unauthorised people, allowing only people close to him and the residents of the area to enter, sources told Geo News hours after the registration of the case.
Meanwhile, PTI workers are also present at Imran Khan Chowk. It is unclear whether the arrest warrants of the PTI leader have been issued.
However, PTI leader Murad Saeed, taking to Twitter, confirmed that the orders have been issued for the arrest of the party chairperson.