Case registered against Imran Khan for intimidating police, releasing arrested activists

ISLAMABAD: A case was lodged against Imran Khan at Islamabad’s Bani Gala police station after the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman got activists of his party released, who were detained by police for violation of section 144.

Spokesperson for Islamabad police Naeem Ahmed confirmed the registration of a case against PTI Chairman Imran Khan for intimidating and obstructing public servants from performing their official duties.

He further said that the party activists, who were got released by Imran Khan, had been arrested for violating section 144 and added that arrests over violation of section 144 of the CPC would continue.

The capital police early on Monday had surrounded Imran Khan’s Banni Gala residence after he helped release of the party activists.

According to sources, on the orders of Inspector General Islamabad Police Tahir Alam, around 5am nearly 1500 police personnel gathered outside Imran’s residence.

After the news circulated in media, the interior ministry took notice of the issue and called back the police force from Imran’s residence.

The PTI chief had allegedly gotten released arrested party activists from police custody and taken them to his residence to protect from police. Later, they were reportedly shifted to the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa House in Islamabad.

A spokesperson for the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf said that police had ‘unlawfully’ arrested 15 party workers who were being taken to Bani Gala police station when they happened to catch a glimpse of Imran Khan and screamed for his help.INP

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