New Delhi/Lahore. Where, for one, Imran Khan is on his way to Islamabad to appear in court in the Toshakhana case, but meanwhile the vehicles in his convoy collided with each other. At the same time, some time ago, the Lahore Police in Pakistan started their operation advancing in Zaman Park, and other things are being removed from there. Imran claims that there are currently policemen present inside and outside the house in Lahore.
In fact, as soon as he left for Islamabad from Lahore to appear in court, the Lahore police took advantage of Imran Khan’s absence and entered his home. At the same time, the police broke down the door of his house and entered and arrested the PTI workers. The police also broke down the door of Imran Khan’s house in Zaman Park with the help of a crane.
“Punjab police led an assault on my home in Zaman Park, where Bushra Begum is alone. Under what law are they doing this? This is part of the London Plan where compromises were made to bring fugitive Nawaz Sharif to power as a quid pro quo for accepting an appointment,” he tweeted. pic.twitter.com/8PXni9GRIl
—ANI (@ANI) March 18, 2023
On the other hand, Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan, who left for Islamabad from Lahore, issued a statement saying that Punjab police raided my home in Zaman Park, while Bushra Bibi was alone there. Along with this, today Imran Khan tweeted saying: “It is now clear that despite getting bail in all cases, the PDM government wants to arrest me. Despite knowing the malicious intentions of the government, I am going to Islamabad and go to court because I believe in the rule of law.”
Note that a local court in Islamabad was about to resume hearing on Saturday in the Toshakhana case against former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. Efforts by law enforcement personnel to arrest Khan for failing to appear at previous hearings have so far been unsuccessful.
Significantly, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) filed a complaint against Khan for allegedly concealing details of his gifts in his asset declarations.