Imran Khan

Imran Khan entered to pitch politics

Islamabad

The Election Commission of Pakistan disqualified former Prime Minister Imran Khan from contesting elections for five years after he was found guilty of corruption. On Tuesday, the former prime minister challenged the trial court’s conviction in the Islamabad High Court. The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) issued a notification on Tuesday, saying that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman has been disqualified after being found guilty of corrupt practices and sentenced to three years in prison.

He is notified as the returning candidate from constituency NA-45. Kurram-1 The Sessions Court of Islamabad sentenced former Prime Minister Imran to three years in prison on Saturday after pleading guilty in the Toshakhana case. Imran Khan challenged the three-year sentence handed down by the lower court on Tuesday in the Islamabad High Court through lawyers Gauhar Ali Khan and Khawaja Haris. Imran Khan said that Additional District and Sessions Judge Humayun Dilawar pronounced the verdict not based on merit but with prejudice. While hearing the petition, Islamabad High Court Chief Justice Amer Farooq said that, as per the jail rules, whatever is possible will be ordered. The same facilities will be given to the former prime minister as the law allows. On Tuesday, former Prime Minister Imran Khan was declared ineligible to contest elections for five years.

On Tuesday, the former prime minister challenged the trial court’s conviction in the Islamabad High Court. The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) issued a notification on Tuesday saying that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman has been disqualified after being found guilty of corrupt practices and sentenced to three years in prison. He is notified as the returning candidate from constituency NA-45. Kurram-1 The Sessions Court of Islamabad sentenced former Prime Minister Imran to three years in prison on Saturday after pleading guilty in the Toshakhana case. Imran Khan challenged the three-year sentence handed down by the lower court on Tuesday in the Islamabad High Court through lawyers Gauhar Ali Khan and Khawaja Haris. Imran Khan said that Additional District and Sessions Judge Humayun Dilawar pronounced the verdict not based on merit but with prejudice. While hearing the petition, Islamabad High Court Chief Justice Amer Farooq said that, as per the jail rules, whatever is possible will be ordered. Ex-Prime Ministers will be given the same facilities as permitted by law.