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Imran Khan acquitted in lengthy march vandalism instances

 Imran Khan acquitted in long march vandalism cases
A district and periods court docket Monday acquitted Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founder Imran Khan and different leaders of his occasion in two lengthy march vandalism instances.

Different leaders of the occasion who have been acquitted included Zartaj Gul, Ali Nawaz Awan, Faisal Javed, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Qasim Suri, Raja Khurram Nawaz, Shireen Mazari, Saifullah Niazi, Asad Umar and Awami Muslim League chief Sheikh Rashid Ahmad.

The instances in opposition to Khan and different politicians have been registered within the Kohsar and Karachi Firm police stations for violation of Part 144.

The court docket’s verdict got here through the listening to of acquittal pleas filed by the PTI founder and different politicos.

The decision on the acquittal of Khan, Qureshi, Rashid, Awan, Suri, Nawaz was issued by Judicial Justice of the Peace Shahzad Khan for case registered at Kohsar police station.

In the meantime, Judicial Justice of the Peace Mureed Abbas introduced the reserved determination on the acquittal plea of Khan, Qureshi, Mazari, Niazi, Umar, Gul, Awan, Javed and Nawaz in opposition to the case filed within the Karachi Firm police station.

The court docket had earlier reserved its verdict within the lengthy march vandalism case.

Khan’s lawyer Naeem Panjotha, talking with journalists within the federal capital, stated that the instances in opposition to PTI founder have been primarily based on political vengeance.

“No proof of vandalism discovered in opposition to PTI founder through the lengthy march,” he stated, including that the Islamabad administration didn’t concern any notification to implement Part 144 within the capital metropolis.

Varied instances of the identical nature have been registered in opposition to the PTI founder and he has been acquitted in a number of instances pertaining to the lengthy march, the counsel added.

He additionally famous that different political leaders have been additionally acquitted within the vandalism instances.

The event comes days after a district and periods court docket, on Might 15, acquitted Khan in two instances pertaining to the Might 9 vandalism.

Khan, who stays behind bars in Adiala jail, and several other others together with some PTI leaders are going through numerous allegations within the instances associated to the violence following his arrest on Might 9.

Islamabad Excessive Courtroom (IHC), on Might 16, had additionally authorised PTI founder’s bail petition within the £190 million Nationwide Crime Company (NCA) settlement reference.