PTI chief gets exemption in Toshakhana case

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Friday was granted exemption from appearing in-person by Islamabad court hearing the Toshakhana case.

Earlier, the Additional District and Sessions Judge had directed PTI Chairman to appear in-person before the court today (July 7).

During the hearing, the PTI chief’s counsel Gohar filed an exemption plea which was opposed by Election Commission of Pakistan’s lawyer Amjad Pervez.

Accusing PTI Chairman of wasting the time of the court, ECP counsel contended that senior counsel Khawaja Haris is trying to avoid presenting his arguments before the court.

In reply, Gohar Khan informed the court senior counsel for PTI Chairman Khawaja Haris is not available and requested an adjournment till July 10.

Upon hearing the arguments, the court fixed the next hearing of the case for tomorrow.


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