ISLAMABAD: A court in Islamabad will indict Pakistani chairman of Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan, in the Toshakhana case, which accuses the ousted prime minister of illegally accepting gifts.
Islamabad District and Session Courts Extra Sessions Judge Humayun Dilawar said on Friday that he would charge the PTI chief and ordered him to ensure his presence in his courtroom – as he rejected his request to dismiss the case.
Khan has not appeared in court to date. He once came to the capital’s judicial complex to appear in court, but the presence of PTI workers caused chaos and Khan was allowed to mark his presence in his car.
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