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Islamabad Police may arrest Imran Khan today: Reports
Imran Khan
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Islamabad Police may arrest Imran Khan today: Reports

| @indiablooms | 14 Mar 2023, 09:18 am

Lahore: The Islamabad Police will visit Zaman Park in the next 24 hours to arrest PTI chief and former PM Imran Khan, media reports said.

The police are going to take the move after non-bailable arrest warrants were issued in a case of threatening a female judge belonging to a court in the federal capital.

Desperate to put him behind bars, a police party from Islamabad earlier in the day flew by helicopter to Lahore to arrest the PTI chairman — who was ousted as the prime minister last year in April.

The sources told Geo News that several decisions were taken during a meeting between Islamabad and Lahore's police officials — as the law enforcers came to the city for the second time to arrest Khan.

The meeting's participants decided that the Islamabad police would be completely supported and it will be ensured that the capital's cops reach Khan's Zaman Park residence with no hindrances, sources to Geo News.

"Before Islamabad police leave for Zaman Park, they will contact Khan's chief security officer," the sources added.

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