Islamabad magistrate issues arrest warrant for Imran


The case against the former premier was registered on August 20 with the Margala Police Station
A magistrate in the federal capital has issued arrested warrant of former prime minister and PTI chairman Imran Khan in a case related to threatening a female judge Zeba Chaudhry in a public speech.
Senior Civil Juge Rana Mujahid Rahim has issued the warrants, directing Margalla Police Station SHO to implement the orders in this regard.
On August 21, a case was registered at the Margalla Police Station over his provocative speech in which he had issued threats to the cops and the female judge, who had extended the physical remand of then incarcerated Shahbaz Gill, who faces sedition charges.
As per the First information report, the PTI chief hurled threats at the state institutions and attempted to mount pressure on the judiciary and the law enforcers.
He had been booked under Sections 188, 189, 504 and 506.
The development comes a day after the PTI chairman arrived at Judge Zeba Chaudhry’s court unannounced to apologise to the female judge, however, the Additional District and Sessions Judge was not there.
Due to the judge’s absence, the ousted PM approached the reader and other personnel and asked them to tell the judge that Imran Khan had come to apologise to her.