Islamabad An Anti-terror court on Friday issues non-bailable arrest warrant PTI leader Aleem Khan. A statement released by NAB following Aleem’s arrest had said that the PTI leader established multiple companies with the purpose of real estate business and invested millions of rupees.
Aleem Khan has been over and over brought to the court to record his declaration identified with the assaults on the PTV central command and Parliament. The court has likewise requested that Aleem Khan be displayed under the watchful eye of the court on 30th September 2019 after his capture.
He is now confronting two references relating to seaward organizations and resources past his known wellsprings of pay.The ATC is hearing four bodies of evidence against the PTI and Pakistan Awami Tehreek pioneers on the assault on the state TV building, Parliament and SSP Asmatullah Junejo.
In August 2014 ImraKhan and Tahirul Qadri took to roads in Islamabad against supposed gear in the 2013 general races and Model Town protest. The challenge proceeded for 104 days.n
During the demonstration, the dissidents beat up SSP Junejo on Constitution Avenue when they assaulted the PTV central command and parts of Parliament.
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader was taken into custody as he appeared before NAB Lahore. The Punjab local government minister was being investigated by NAB in cases pertaining to owning assets beyond his known sources of income and an offshore company.
A case was then filed against Imran Khan, Qadri and others for torturing the SSP and five other police officers. PTI leaders Shireen Mazari, Arif Alvi and Asad Umar were granted bail in the cases earlier this year. The ATC also extended the interim bail of Imran Khan in the four cases in January.