Pakistan

PTI chief’s hearing to take place at location of his custody

ISLAMABAD/RAWALPINDI: Former prime minister Imran Khan will not be brought to court and his scheduled hearing on Wednesday will take place at the location where he was under custody, Islamabad chief commissioner said.

The former prime minister was arrested on Tuesday by Rangers on the orders of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), an autonomous anti-graft agency, in relation to Al-Qadir Trust case — involving a land deal.

He was then moved to its headquarters in the garrison town of Rawalpindi for questioning.

Later, announcing the reserved verdict on Khan’s arrest, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) said that the arrest was legal; therefore, Khan’s legal team intends to challenge his arrest in the Supreme Court today.

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