Contempt of court case: AG wants to put on record Imran Khan’s statements

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The Advocate General on Tuesday, has submitted a separate petition in the Islamabad High Court in the contempt of court case against Chairman PTI Imran Khan, for the threatening statement to Additional Sessions Judge Zeba Chaudhry.

The registrar of Islamabad High Court has sent a note to Acting Chief Justice Amir Farooq regarding the threat issued to Additional Sessions Judge Zeba Chaudhry during Imran Khan’s speech.

The note states that Imran Khan made threatening remarks against Additional Sessions Judge Zeba Chaudhry in his speech.

Following the registrar’s note, the judges, after consultation, unanimously decided to initiate contempt of court proceedings against Imran Khan.

A larger bench headed by Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kiani was formed by the court to hear the contempt of court case, which is hearing the case today, Justice Mian Gul Hasan Aurangzeb and Justice Babar Sattar are part of this larger bench.

On the other hand, Advocate General Jahangir Jadoon submitted a separate application in the Islamabad High Court to submit the relevant records in the contempt of court case against Imran Khan.

It has been said in the application that he wanted to submit the record of Imran Khan’s anti-judiciary speeches and statements in the past, he also wanted to bring the video clips of Chairman PTI on record.

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The Advocate General requested the court to allow the recording of videos of Imran Khan’s statements on electronic and digital media.

He has requested that Imran Khan’s statements related to judiciary and institutions should be allowed to be played in the court room.

Advocate General Jahangir Jadoon has also requested the Islamabad High Court to allow the content to be shown in the courtroom through USB or other digital means.