Canada Global (Web News) Fawad Chaudhry, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), declared that a case would be filed against police officials participating in an illegal operation at Imran Khan’s home.
The former minister of information claimed in a series of tweets that Mr. Khan’s residence was violated and that the police disobeyed the Lahore High Court’s (LHC) directives. He said that staff members mistreated innocent bystanders in addition to stealing property.
According to Mr. Chaudhry, the unrest in Islamabad, Lahore, and other cities was a sign that Pakistan was going through a constitutional crisis. He declared that disobeying a court order constituted a punishable offence.
A few hours after Imran Khan left for Islamabad to attend the Toshakhana case hearing, police raided his house to conduct a search.
A large police presence searched the former premier’s home, clearing the area by removing campers, and made multiple arrests of suspects in connection with the alleged violence on March 14 and 15. In a later joint press conference, Punjab’s IGP Usman Anwar and interim information minister disclosed that security personnel had also found assault guns, bottles for building petrol bombs, and other items during the raid.