Pakistan's Election Commission slaps non-bailable warrant against PTI Chairman Imran Khan

Non-Bailable warrant issued against PTI chief Imran Khan

Pakistan's Election Commission slaps non-bailable warrant against PTI Chairman Imran Khan

PML-N leader Hanif Abbasi in his petition submitted on Thursday requested the Supreme Court (SC) not to consider the documents recently submitted by Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan in the ongoing disqualification case.

Earlier on Sept 15, the ECP had ordered Imran Khan to appear before it but later issued bailable arrest warrants after the PTI chief failed to appear.

EC authorities have reportedly asked the former cricketer to present himself before the commission on 26 October.

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Talking to media persons outside the ECP building, Khan's counsel Babar Awan termed the arrest warrants for the party chief as "illegal'and 'unconstitutional".

The ECP had said that the decision would be announced after reviewing the reply of the PTI chairman on September 27. The commission, however, declared on August 10 that it had the legal right to hear the contempt case and then issued a formal show-cause notice to him asking for submission of a reply by August 23.

The warrants have been issued for the said date to ensure presence of the PTI chairman before the ECP on the next hearing.

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The ECP had issued the contempt notice to Khan on January 24 over his "scandalous remarks" about the commission. The high court directed Imran Khan to submit reply to the show-cause notice issued by the ECP.

However, the PTI approached the IHC which, on September 20, suspended the bailable arrest warrants.

Hearing his arguments, the bench had reserved its verdict in the case.

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Akbar Babar, who is also a petitioner in the foreign funding case against the PTI leadership, had moved the election body after Khan accused it of being biased in the funding case.

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