Anti-terrorism court, parliament attack case: PM Khan acquitted

Komal FatimaWeb Editor

29th Oct, 2020. 10:57 am

The decision on the plea of ​​Prime Minister Imran Khan has been announced at 10.30 am. Prime Minister Imran Khan has been acquitted in the Parliament attack case.

ATC Judge Raja Jawad Abbas delivered a safe verdict.

Earlier, the Pakistan Television Attack case is likely to end as The Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) is likely to announce its verdict on the acquittal plea of Prime Minister Imran Khan today (Thursday).

It should be remembered that the court had reserved its judgment after hearing arguments on the acquittal on Tuesday.

Prime Minister Imran Khan’s lawyer had stated that the PM had been implicated in a false and baseless case as there was no evidence against him and no witness had testified against him.

He argued that it was a political case with no possibility of punishment, therefore, the premier should be acquitted.

PM Imran, President Dr. Arif Alvi, Asad Umar, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Shafqat Mehmood, and Raja Khurram Nawaz are facing trial for allegedly attacking the PTV building and the Parliament House.

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