Court begins trial against Imran Khan
After receiving the Toshakana reference by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), a trial court in Islamabad has initiated criminal proceedings against the former Prime Minister and President of Pakistan.
according to the details The District Court and Session sent a notice to Imran. Khan tomorrow at an open trial against him in Toshāgana’s references. Court begins trial against Imran Khan.
In a statement, the county election commissioner said: The trial court will hear allegations filed against the ex-prime minister for involvement in corruption.
It is necessary to mention here that the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has referred Toshakhana to the trial court to initiate criminal proceedings against the PTI chairman.
Such citations are sent to district and session judges under sections 137, 170 and 167 of the Election Act. The commission has ordered criminal charges against the ex-prime minister.
It is necessary to mention here that the ECP announced that the President of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) disqualified in verdict on Toshakhana reference.
Read more: Imran Khan disqualified for Toshahana, referenced by ECP.
in written decisionThe ECP said, “According to Imran Khan’s statement, he purchased gifts from Toshakhana paying Rs 21.564 million while the cabinet department said the gifts were worth Rs 107.943 million.”
“The amount in his bank account is about half the value of the gifts given by the state. Imran Khan is required to declare cash and bank details on returns. But he did not announce it,” the ECP verdict read.
“Imran Khan has been declared disqualified and stripped of his seat in the National Assembly,” the ECP said, adding, “He is disqualified under Section 63, 1(P) for filing false statements and declarations.”
The judgment further states that The former prime minister was found guilty of misconduct under sections 167 and 173 of the constitution. “Criminal charges will be taken against him for submitting false statements.”
“Disqualification of him under Section 63, 1(P) for his current membership of parliament,” the ECP said in a detailed 36-page decision on citations.