Pakistan Court Sentences Imran Khan to Ten Years in Prison


Former Pakistan national cricket team captain and former Prime Minister Imran Khan has been sentenced to ten years in prison by a special court in Pakistan. The charges against him relate to his alleged failure to recover information after he was ousted as president in 2022. Imran has been imprisoned on a separate charge since August 2023, tested by the Privacy Policy. Let’s go back to British times.

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The special court also sentenced Shah Mahmood Qureshi, a key member of Imran’s ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), to ten years in prison. PTI’s official Twitter account released a statement condemning the decision as “an attempt to deceive, insult and ignore the law”.

Imran Khan said he was delaying the fact that the no-confidence vote would kill him. Organized by the government of Pakistan. The US and conflicting documents claimed there was evidence the US used the legal system to deport him. The PTI chief’s request was granted after the American news agency The Intercept requested access to the confidential documents. According to the article, the US State Department threatened to isolate Pakistan if Imran was not deported, and that he would receive mercy if he was deported.

In Pakistan, public discussion of secret information called numbers will take place. Cause charges under the Privacy Act. Both Imran and Qureshi were accused of publicly discussing the contents of the document.

This development comes nine days before Pakistan’s scheduled vote. Although poll data is scarce, recent independent polls show Imran is the most popular candidate in the country.

Imran Khan’s arrest by security forces in May 2023 sparked a nationwide uprising that paralyzed the internet for several days. Tens of thousands of his supporters were also arrested. The party that Imran won in the 2018 elections was banned from participating in future elections, and Imran himself was banned from holding any political office for five years.

In response to the decision, Imran and Kureshi’s legal team announced their intention to appeal to the Supreme Court.