Pakistan court announces ex-PM Imran Khan’s detention center trial illegal – attorney

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Former Pakistani PM Imran Khan speaks with Reuters during an intervew, in Lahore
Faded Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan speaks with Reuters for the interval of an interview, in Lahore, Pakistan March 17, 2023. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

A Pakistani court on Tuesday declared the detention center trial of gentle Prime Minister Imran Khan on charges of leaking say secrets and ways illegal, his attorney said.

A distinct court has been conducting the trial in detention center citing security concerns since Khan became indicted on the costs closing month.

“Islamabad High Court docket has declared illegal the notification for detention center trial,” said Naeem Panjutha, the attorney, in a post on social media platform X.

Khan’s true crew had challenged the rules ministry notification that ordered the detention center trial.

The costs against Khan uncover to a labeled cable sent to Islamabad by Pakistan’s ambassador within the United States closing One year, which Khan is accused of making public.

Faded cricket hero Khan, who became compelled from place of enterprise in 2022 after shedding a no-confidence vote in parliament, has had dozens of true cases filed against him, which he has denounced as an effort to place him out of politics.

He has been convicted in a single graft case and sentenced to three years in detention center. The sentence became suspended but he stays in detention center in connection with different cases.

Reporting by Asif Shahzad, editing by Ed Osmond and Slice Macfie


Reuters news agency contributed to this file, published by ORDO News editors.

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