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Imran Khan’s arrest and transfer to Islamabad: What’s The legal process



Tosha Khana Case

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan will be taken by helicopter from Lahore to Islamabad after his arrest, where he will be imprisoned in Adiala Jail.

In this regard, Rawalpindi Central Jail Adiala administration has finalized all the arrangements.

PTI sources told Aaj News that when a police team arrested PTI chief Imran Khan from his Zaman Park residence in Lahore within half an hour of his sentencing by a local court in Islamabad, So they were taken through the back door.

No one immediately knew where Imran Khan would be taken.

According to initial reports, he was to be lodged in Kot Lakhpat Jail, officially known as Lahore Central Jail.

Aaj News Correspondent Riaz Ahmad reported that the police were planning to take Imran Khan to Islamabad. Later Punjab Information Minister Aamir Mir also confirmed this.

Under the law, an arrested person cannot be transferred from one jurisdiction to another without court approval.

Riyaz Ahmed said that the police produced Imran Khan before the local magistrate and completed the legal process for his transfer to Islamabad.

After that he was taken to Lahore Airport from where he will be taken to Islamabad.

Additional security personnel are being deployed on the roads of the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi.

Where Imran Khan Will Be kept in Adiala Jail?

Jail sources say that Chairman PTI will be kept in lock-up of high security zone in Adiala Jail.

Jail administration says that the Chairman PTI will be provided facilities according to the court decision, Islamabad Police will transfer Imran Khan to jail.

Manzoor Wasan’s opinion on Imran Khan’s jail: Is Machh or Khairpur jail better?

Pakistan People’s Party leader Manzoor Wasan says that Machh or Khairpur jail is better for Chairman PTI Imran Khan.

Earlier, Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah had said that he will keep Imran Khan in Mirchi Ward of Machh Jail. Will keep.

It should be noted that the court has declared Imran Khan guilty of corrupt practices, the allegations against him have been proved in the Tosha Khana case.

Imran Khan sentenced to three years in prison: The Tosha Khana case explained

The local court of Islamabad while pronouncing the verdict in the Tosha Khana criminal case has sentenced the Chairman PTI to three years in prison, fined one lakh rupees and disqualified him for five years. In case of non-payment of fine, further 6 months of imprisonment will have to be served.

The court has also rejected Chairman PTI’s request that the Tosha Khana criminal case is inadmissible.

The court said that the charge against Chairman PTI was proved in the Tosha Khana case, the accused had submitted a false affidavit to the Election Commission, deliberately concealed information.

Today’s hearing was adjourned three times but no one appeared on behalf of chairman PTI, the court adjourned the hearing till 12 o’clock and said that if Khawaja Haris does not appear at 12 o’clock, the verdict will be pronounced without hearing.

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Sheikh Mujeebur Rahman vs. Imran Khan: Paths to Power



elections 2024 vs 1970

General elections have been held twelve times in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. There is only one story in these twelve elections and the name of this story is rigging. Pakistan came into being in 1947 and the first general elections were held in 1970. There were a total of 300 seats in these elections. The Awami League won 160 seats and the Pakistan People’s Party 80 seats, but the President of Pakistan, General Yahya Khan, instead of handing over power to the leader of the majority party, Sheikh Mujeebur Rehman, arrested him and launched a military operation.

This operation pushed Pakistan towards a civil war and this civil war turned into the Indo-Pak War. The result was that Pakistan broke up and Pakistan People’s Party, which came second in this broken Pakistan, was invited to form the government. Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, the first elected Prime Minister of Pakistan, had to become the President of Pakistan and the Chief Martial Law Administrator before being sworn in as the Prime Minister because martial law could only be abolished by the Martial Law Administrator.

The History of General Elections in Pakistan: A Tale of Rigging

The important thing about the 1970 election was that General Yahya Khan distributed huge sums of money to other parties against Awami League through Major General Ghulam Umar, which is mentioned in the book of former ISPR chief Brigadier AR Siddiqui. Despite all the efforts, Awami League could not be stopped because Sheikh Mujeebur Rehman had become very popular in East Pakistan due to his imprisonment. The Agartala Conspiracy Case was established against him on the charge of treason against Pakistan, but no charge could be proved against him in the court, due to which he had to be released and he became the beloved leader of Bengalis.

The story of Pakistan’s first general election is very similar to the last election which was held in 2024. Sheikh Mujeebur Rehman was victimized by the Agartala conspiracy case and Imran Khan, the founding chairman of PTI, was victimized by the cipher case. However, a civil judge’s decision in the Kasar-Idt case was overturned and Imran Khan’s critics also started supporting him. The ‘majority’ party did not get the government in the 1970 elections and the ‘majority’ party is not getting the government in 2024 either.

The Curious Case of Muslim League (N): Why Didn’t They Secure a Simple Majority?

According to the election results, the candidates supported by PTI won the majority, but the second-placed party, Muslim League (N), is preparing to form the government. PTI has refused to form the government along with Muslim League (N) and Pakistan People’s Party and MQM. Will try. No one has a simple majority in the National Assembly and this situation has forced the Muslim League (N) to make Shehbaz Sharif the prime ministerial candidate instead of Nawaz Sharif.
The question is that the Muslim League (N) had full support and patronage from the state institutions, but despite this, why could the Muslim League (N) not get a simple majority in the National Assembly? Two days before the elections, Muslim League (N) published the advertisement of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif as a headline on the front pages of all national newspapers, but why is Nawaz Sharif not seen as the Prime Minister? Some political analysts had given one hundred and eleven seats to the Muslim League (N) till the night of February 7 and they were claiming with respect to their most respected and effective sources that Nawaz Sharif will be the next prime minister. Why did all these analyzes prove to be wrong? Were the important stars of politics and journalism giving statements by keeping the wishes of their respected and effective sources in front of them instead of the facts on the ground?

Whether someone believe or not, On February 8, 2024, we saw a public wave in favor of Imran Khan in the major cities of Pakistan. On February 8, I was in Karachi. In the afternoon, outside the various polling stations of Lyari, several young people told me that they knew that the Tehreek-e-Insaaf candidate would not win from Lyari, but they had come to vote for the PTI candidate. I asked why you voted for PTI. A young man said that Imran Khan is serving jail bravely, but whenever Nawaz Sharif goes to jail, he makes a deal and runs away from Pakistan.

And Nawaz Sharif gave the impression with his body language that he does not need much effort to become the Prime Minister because his talk has already been done. It would have been better if Nawaz Sharif had invited the party which has the majority to form the government instead of giving a victory speech on February 9, but he claimed his majority. This victory speech further damaged the Muslim League (N) and a Bangladeshi journalist wrote that now Pakistanis should understand what happened to Bengalis in 1971?

Drawing Parallels: Lessons from the 1971 Bengali Crisis

In my opinion, not transferring power to the majority party in 1971 was not a big mistake but cruelty, but there is a big difference between Awami League and Tehreek-e-Insaaf. Awami League was popular only in one province of Pakistan called East Pakistan. PTI is popular in all the provinces of present-day Pakistan. We can find the trend of 1970 elections in 2024 elections, but we cannot call Imran Khan today’s Sheikh Mujeebur Rahman. Sheikh Mujeebur Rahman did not become the Prime Minister sitting on the shoulders of any Army Chief, while Imran Khan became the Prime Minister sitting on the shoulders of an Army Chief in 2018. In March 1971, Sheikh Mujeebur Rahman held a dialogue with National Awami Party leaders Khan Abdul Wali Khan and Ghous Bakhsh Bizenjo, along with Muslim League leader Mumtaz Dalutana. Sheikh Mujeeb also held a dialogue with Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto but Imran Khan is currently not willing to dialogue with any major party. If he had formed an alliance with a few smaller parties before the elections, he could have solved the election symbol problem, but he preferred a solo flight.

The Solo Flight of Imran Khan

Despite all the difficulties, through this solo flight, he has pinned his old rival Nawaz Sharif to the wall. The People’s Party has declined to join the new government but will support the government to avoid political instability. The People’s Party has decided to become more infamous by sharing power with the Muslim League-N. People’s Party will play the role of opposition in the National Assembly. Now, if Shahbaz Sharif becomes the Prime Minister instead of Nawaz Sharif, he will face a big opposition in the National Assembly. This opposition has to be taken ‘along’ otherwise the path of revenge may lead to a major tragedy for Pakistan, the responsibility of which will fall not on Imran Khan but on Shahbaz Sharif.

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Intra Party Elections in PTI: Who is Barrister Gohar Ali Khan?



Intra Party elections

Barrister Gohar Ali Khan nominated for the Chairmanship of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf.

Senator Ali Zafar of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf says that Chairman PTI has approved the holding of intra party elections, Barrister Gohar will be the candidate for chairman in intra party elections of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.

The leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Barrister Ali Zafar, while addressing a press conference, said that the names of many prominent personalities came forward for the elected caretaker chairman of PTI. But it will be a temporary position.

Senator Ali Zafar said that it has been agreed on the name of Barrister Gohar for the elected Caretaker Chairman of PTI.

He said that chairman PTI is a paper work, actually the founder of the party is the chairman, this decision is the result of party strategy, it is not a minus one, he will continue to act as per the instructions.

Senator Ali Zafar said that what Mr. Marwat said was also correct, he had instructed us to first get this decision approved by the party leadership, if anyone in the party leadership has reservations, they will remove it.

He further said that he used the word “caretaker” to describe the role of Barrister Gohar, in my view he will actually remain the chairman.

Barrister Gohar Ali Khan nominated as Chairman PTI

Barrister Gohar Ali Khan has been nominated as Chairman PTI.

According to the details, Senator Ali Zafar while holding a press conference along with Chairman PTI Gohar Ali Khan said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf entrusted me with a responsibility today, I will inform the nation about the intra party elections of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.

Details of PTI’s Intra Party Elections in 2022

He said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf conducted intra party elections in 2022, recently the Election Commission gave us a notice that you did not conduct the elections, so we will take your bat mark, we went to the Election Commission. And provided details of intra party elections.

Ali Zafar said that the Election Commission said that we are satisfied that you have conducted the elections, but the Election Commission has not issued a written decision. The Election Commission has asked us to conduct intra party elections twice, in our opinion this decision has not come.

Chairman PTI’s Participation in Intra-Party Elections: A Matter of Speculation

He said that the party leadership decided that we will adopt both ways, challenge the decision and also hold intra party elections. Today, I am announcing that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf will hold intra-party elections on Saturday. There is a lot of speculation in the media about whether Chairman PTI will contest intra party elections as Chairman or not. Ask for opinion whether I can contest intra-party elections?

He said that the legal team sat down and searched for the answer to the question, a decision was taken against Imran Khan only in the Tosha Khana case, according to us that sentence is also unconstitutional.

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Inside Adiala Jail: Exclusive Look at Imran Khan’s Facilities



Imran Khan facilities in Jail

Chairman PTI provided 10 TV channels, 9 doctors, eight jail rooms and other facilities.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan imprisoned in Adiala Jail has been given all the facilities in the jail.

According to media reports, according to the sources of the jail authorities, 8 rooms in the jail are being used by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf while 9 doctors are on duty for their food and treatment.

Sources of prison officials say that Imran Khan is shown 10 TV channels.

Jail sources said that the channel is changed every hour while bed, mattress and newspaper facilities are also provided.

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