Imran, 100 other PTI leaders booked for ‘rioting, terror’


Two terrorism-related cases were registered against the PTI leadership including party chairman Imran Khan and Asad Umar and 100 other party workers for violence during the protests.

Protests were sparked following the Election Commission of Pakistan’s decision to disqualify Khan and ruling that the PTI chairman is no more a member of the National Assembly.
The cases were registered at the I-9 Police Station and the Sagjani police station.

Ten offences, including a section of the Anti-Terrorism Act, have been added to the case.
The first information report registered at the Sagjani Police Station including the name of Khan, Umar, and Ali Nawaz Awan stated that the workers blocked the Srinagar Highway following the leadership’s orders.

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