Imran Khan | Pakistan: Imran Khan on his way to court narrowly escapes an accident, the vehicles in the convoy crash into each other. Navaparat (New India)
New Delhi. It has been reported in Kabir, that an incident occurred with former Prime Minister Imran Khan while he was on his way from Lahore to Islamabad for an appearance in Pakistan. At the same time, the cars of his convoy collided with each other. It was also said that 3 people were injured in this accident. Khan had left for Islamabad from his residence in Lahore, accompanied by his party staff.
A car in the convoy of former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan had an accident while he was heading to Islamabad in connection with the Toshakhana case hearing: Pak Media pic.twitter.com/kdLxTWwIGQ
– Ani (ANI) March 18, 2023
In fact, the 70-year-old Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Khan was appearing before the Court of Additional District and Sessions Judge (ADSJ) Zafar Iqbal today to participate in the proceedings related to a complaint lodged by the Election Commission.
Know that a district court in Islamabad was about to resume hearing on Saturday in the case of Tushakhana v. Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. Efforts by law enforcement officials to apprehend Khan for failing to appear in previous hearings have so far been unsuccessful.
Significantly, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has filed a complaint against Khan for allegedly suppressing details of his gifts in his asset declarations.
Here, before Imran’s arrival, the Islamabad administration had implemented Section 144 in the capital late Friday night, under which private companies, security guards or other individuals are prohibited from carrying arms. Khan also suffered a fatal attack in November last year. Last Thursday, the court rejected Imran Khan’s petition requesting the suspension of the arrest warrant issued against him.
However, the Islamabad High Court on Friday suspended the non-bailable arrest warrant issued against Khan and gave him an opportunity to appear before the district court hearing the Toshakhana case on Saturday.