Quetta police book Imran for ‘incitement to violence’ | Pro IQRA News

Quetta police book Imran for ‘incitement to violence’

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The Quetta police on Monday booked Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan for “inciting the officials of the government institutions”.

A case was registered against the ousted prime minister on the request of Abdul Khalil Khakar, in which other provisions including prevention of electronic crimes had been added.

The stand had been taken in the FIR that Khan leveled baseless allegations against the government institutions, adding that Khan was spreading hatred by making inflammatory speeches against the officials of the government institutions.

On Twitter, Mr Chaudhry said: “Today two new FIRs have been registered against Imran Khan. One FIR has been registered in Quetta and the other in Islamabad”.

Mr. Chaudhry further said, “After the new cases, the number of cases against Imran Khan has increased to 75. There is no shame or modesty in this government”.

On the other hand, PTI Chairman Imran Khan had been booked in another case at the Racecourse police station.

More than 150 PTI workers were also nominated with Shibli Faraz in the case.

The case was filed on behalf of SHO Secretariat Islamabad Nadeem Tahir and it was said that the PTI workers surrounded the Islamabad police when they reached to arrest Imran Khan.

It was stated in the FIR that it was done after the planning of Imran Khan and the PTI supporters threatened the police personnel with death and the PTI leaders behaved violently against the police force.