Imran Khan lands in yet another big trouble

Imran Khan lands in yet another big trouble

A collaborative investigative effort has identified PTI leader Imran Khan, along with his sisters, Asad Umar, and Shah Mahmood Qureshi, as having a connection to a case concerning the attack on Jinnah House, Lahore Corps Commanders, according to reliable sources. This significant development comes after an exhaustive inquiry led by JIT head Imran Kishore.

The in-depth investigation undertaken by the JIT has unveiled startling findings, suggesting that the Jinnah House assault was carried out on Khan's alleged orders.

Shockingly, it has been purported that the former prime minister himself admitted to issuing the directive for this attack. The aftermath of Khan's arrest within the precincts of the Islamabad High Court on May 9 was marred by violent protests, which saw state buildings and military installations targeted.

Sources further reveal that Imran Khan was summoned for questioning on three separate occasions during the JIT's inquiry. Additionally, the investigative team visited Attock Jail, where the former prime minister is currently incarcerated due to his involvement in a cipher case, after a court suspended his sentence in the Toshakhana case. The JIT is now poised to initiate proceedings for Khan's potential arrest.

It's worth noting that investigations pertaining to the vandalism at the Askari Tower are ongoing, with separate JITs formed to address those matters independently

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