Imran Khan Arrest
Imran Khan Arrest Updates Live Today, police informed the public that Khan will not be taken into the Islamabad court this morning, but rather, his hearing will be held at the place in the location at which Khan is being held.
Imran Khan’s Arrest Live Updates 10 May 2023:Ahead of Imran Khan’s presentation before the court later in the day the security of Police Lines in Islamabad’s H-11 has been heightened by the massive presence of police personnel.
Currently, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has urged for nationwide demonstrations. Following the arrest of the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, protests have escalated in various cities including Quetta, Karachi, Peshawar, Rawalpindi, and Lahore, leading to the death of one person and injuring several others. Disturbingly, PTI supporters have reportedly stormed the Pakistan Army headquarters in Rawalpindi and the residence of the Corps Commander in Lahore, according to local news sources.
The chairman of PTI, Khan Khan, was apprehended at the Islamabad HC premises during the trial of the Al-Qadir Trust case. The case implicates Khan and his wife for allegedly receiving “billions of rupees from a real estate firm for legalising a laundered amount of Rs 50 billion,” as reported by Daw
Army applauds the for deployment of soldiers in Punjab: Ministry
The Pakistani Interior ministry has requisitioned the aid of the military to ensure the law and order in the eastern province of Punjab The ministry declared.
In a decree issued by the minister, the army was required to fulfill its obligations according to the constitution.The directive also granted authorization for the deployment of Pakistan army troops and assets to assist civil power in upholding the law and order situation throughout the Punjab province.
Furthermore, the directive stated the specifics of how to deploy will be finalized by the provincial administration.
“The date of de-requisitioning of said deployment will be decided subsequently after mutual consultation among stakeholders,” the statement added.
Khan was arraigned in the courtroom: Local media
Former Prim Minister Khan has been brought before a judge in the Islamabad court for the hearing of the Al-Qadir Trust case for which the former prime minister was snatched on Tuesday.
According to reports in the media the the prosecutor of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) demanded the court to grant a 14-day physical detention of the former Prime Minister the move was rejected by the lawyers of his.
But, the Khan legal team advised that prior to deciding the request for remand, it was important to consider the details of the manner in which Khan was detained on the courthouse of the Islamabad High Court should be investigated first, the media sources said.
The hearing is being adjourned for a short time the reports say.
Around 1,000 are detained in Pakistan’s Punjab The Punjab Police
More than 1,000 have been detained in the province of Pakistan’s Punjab which is the nation’s largest province by population, ever following protests that erupted on the night of Tuesday.
“Police teams arrested 945 law breakers and miscreants from across the province,” officials stated in an announcement to the journalists, noting that 130 police officials and officers were hurt in the brawl which came out following Khan’s arrest.
A vehicle is inspected by people the day following violent protests were carried out throughout Pakistan (Bilawal Arbab/EPA).
The arrest of Khan is a “dark moment for democracy’: Corbyn
The former UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has stated that the detention of former PM Khan was an “dark day for democracy”.
“Solidarity with protestors in Pakistan and beyond demanding his immediate release,” the tweet read.