Islamabad police arrested 25 PTI men for the attack on Judicial Complex on Feb 28
ISLAMABAD: Islamabad police arrested 25 PTI men involved in an attack on the Judicial Complex in Islamabad on Feb 28.
PTI supporters and activists broke the gates, CCTV cameras, and damaged other things on Feb 28 when PTI chief and former prime minister Imran Khan appeared in the court cases at the Judicial Complex.
Police have registered cases against PTI activists under 353/7ATA sections of the penal code.
Through its Twitter account, Islamabad police said they arrested armed men and recovered from their possession Kalashnikov and other weapons during an attack on the Judicial Complex in Islamabad.
Islamabad police said the PTI leaders provoked their supporters to attack the Judicial Complex.
On Tuesday, Scores of PTI workers escorting former prime minister Imran Khan broke the main entrance gate, CCTV cameras of the Judicial Complex in Islamabad.
The PTI supporters also created a law and order situation at the complex during the appearance of the PTI chairman in the court on Tuesday.
The banking tribunal summoned Imran Khan today in connection with his pre-arrest bail in the prohibited funding case.
Judge Rakhshanda Shaheen reserved the verdict and adjourned the hearing for 20 minutes after Khan appeared in the court.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday former prime minister and PTI chairman Imran Khan is scheduled to appear before the courts in four different cases in Islamabad.
Khan arrived in Islamabad from Lahore on Tuesday through Motorway.
Anti-Terrorism Court Judge Rakhshanda Shaheen heard the bail plea of Imran Khan.
Earlier, the ATC turned down the bail application of Imran Khan as he did not appear in court.
The former PM will also appear in the Toshakhana case in Islamabad High Court today.
Meanwhile, Additional Sessions Judge Zafar Iqbal will take up hearing ECP’s complaint against Khan. Imran Khan is facing a criminal case for protesting outside the ECP office.
Before the arrival of Imran Khan, Islamabad police tightened security around the courts. Heavy contingents of police have been deployed outside the courts ahead of the appearance of Khan.