Canada Global (Web News) Imran Khan, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), and a number of party members have been accused by police of using violence when the former prime minister appeared in Islamabad in connection with the Toshakhana case.
The furious lawmaker arrived at the court on Saturday at the Judiciary Complex in the nation’s capital. His presence was noted in the car, nevertheless, as he was unable to exit because of violent altercations between law enforcement and PTI supporters who had gathered to welcome their leader despite the application of Section 144.
The angry workers turned to stone pelting and hitting the security guards with sticks when police attempted to disperse them to ensure Section 144 compliance. Police responded by charging them with a baton and firing tear gas canisters.
The PTI leader and his supporters have been detained by the Islamabad police on suspicion of terrorism. According to a study assessing the damages, the demonstrators set the van of the Lohi Bher Police station and the vehicles of the bomb disposal team on fire in addition to damaging 15 police vehicles.
The capital police reported the incident on Twitter, stating that the PTI workers attacked the security official from all sides and threw rocks and petrol bombs, causing 52 injuries to employees.