Islamabad court issues Imran, Bushra Bibi’s production orders

Islamabad court issues Imran, Bushra Bibi’s production orders
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Islamabad (Web Desk): A district and sessions court in Islamabad on Monday issued production orders for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founder Imran Khan and his wife Bushra Bibi for April 4.

The appeals were filed in connection with the PTI founder and his wife’s bail pleas in six cases of May 9 violence and a Toshakhana fake receipts case, respectively.

District and sessions judge Tahir Abbas Sipra issued the production order and directed the Adiala jail superintendent to produce the two before the court on April 4.

Last week, another court had issued similar orders for the PTI founder and senior party leader Shah Mahmood Qureshi in a case of vandalism during the 2022 Azadi March.

The case against Khan, Qureshi, and others was registered at the Karachi Company police station.

The former first lady Bushra Bibi has been accused of illegally selling a precious watch presented by the Saudi crown prince to Imran Khan during his tenure as as the prime minister.

Kohsar police station of the federal capital registered an FIR against Imran, Bushra, PTI leader Zulfi Bukhari under various sections of the Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) including Section 420 for allegedly presenting fake receipts for buying and selling items obtained from the state’s gift repository known as Toshakhana.