Banking Court Summons Imran For Unauthorized Funding

Imran Khan, the chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and a former prime minister, was called to a banking court in Islamabad on February 28 as part of the case against him for illegally getting money.

Under the Foreign Exchange Act, the former prime minister and other PTI leaders were charged with “prohibited funding.” Judge Rukhshanda Shaheen was in charge of the hearing for this case.

During today’s court hearing, Imran’s lawyers gave the court a copy of the order from the Islamabad High Court (IHC).

Taking into account what the IHC had already said, the court told Imran to show up on February 28. Hearings were put off until the same date.

Imran had asked for his statement to be written down in a letter to the person in charge of the investigation into the illegal funding case.

In the letter, he said that a case had been filed against him “without investigation” and that someone had tried to kill him on the way to Islamabad.

Imran said that he was shot multiple times and was taken to the hospital. A case was opened about what happened.

Imran said that he asked the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to record his statement through a video link or a letter on Dec. 3, Jan. 30, and Feb. 4. He did this in three letters.

The former prime minister also said that he asked the FIA to send an investigation team to Lahore, and the FIA told the banking court that it would help him.

But he said that, despite being asked many times, the FIA did not help.

He also said that a number of courts, including the Islamabad High Court (IHC), said that his medical reports were fine. The former premier said that the agency only did what the federal government told it to do.

He said that he wanted to send a letter to join the case.

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