Imran Khan’s non-bailable capture warrant issued by ECP October 17, 2017
ISLAMABAD – Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has sent non-bailable capture warrants on Tuesday to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) director Imran Khan to SSP operations.
The SSP Operations Islamabad was coordinated to capture Imran Khan and create him before the commission on October 26 at 10 AM.
The warrant which are sent to Imran’s Khan’s Bani Gala and the PTI’s Central Office tends to states that the PTI director is accused of disdain of ECP’s segment 103-An of the Representation of the People Act, 1976.
It additionally expresses that Khan has already neglected to show up before the Commission on a large number of his hearings, consequently the ECP has requested the issuance of capture warrant against him.
Essentially, ECP on October 12 issued a non-bailable capture warrant in connection to the disdain of court orders against Imran Khan. In a declaration, PTI affirmed it will challenge the choice in the Islamabad High Court.
Be that as it may, this isn’t the first run through ECP has issued capture warrants for the PTI administrator. On September 14, the ECP had issued bailable warrants against Khan to present his case.
The ECP had additionally requested Imran to present a surety obligation of Rs100,000 until September 25 and designate two people can be held as certifications.
The ECP had issued the hatred notice to Khan on January 24 over his “shocking comments” about the commission’s work.