Imran under pressure again! The Pakistani court allowed the trial of 33 supporters

Pressure increased on former Pakistani President Imran Khan. An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan handed over 33 Imran supporters suspected of involvement in the violence to the army for trial in a military tribunal. This was informed by the government of Pakistan on Friday.
Pakistan Tehreek-e Insaf Party chief Imran Khan was arrested on May 9 on charges of corruption. After that, Imran’s supporters joined the protests across the country.

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Protesters were accused of setting fire to several places and destroying government property. Imran’s supporters clashed with the army from time to time. Protesters also attacked the house of a top general in Lahore. 33 people were arrested for aiding and abetting violence. The judge gave the order when the detainees were produced before an anti-terrorism court on Friday.

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Pak Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said that among the protestors who clashed with the army, the judiciary has been handed over to the army. Pakistan Army Chief General Asim Munir warned a few days ago that those involved in the attack on the houses of military officials will be found and punished severely. On a visit to Sialkot, he said that many martyrs’ monuments have been damaged in the name of protest.

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According to him, these monuments are an inspiration to the people of Pakistan. He warned that any attempt to disrespect the monument would be prevented. Along with this, the army chief claimed that the violence that happened across the country on the day of the arrest of the former Prime Minister was a dark day for Pakistan. He also challenged that the accused will be tried. Within a few days of the army chief’s warning, the burden of justice for those involved in the incident was handed over to the military.

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Earlier, Imran claimed that his supporters were arrested by the Pakistan government police without any reason. He claimed that the army supporters had mixed with the protesters and caused the violence. The head of Pakistan Tehreek-e Insaf Party also said that he has evidence in this regard in a video message. Along with that, the former prime minister also demanded an impartial investigation. A group of Pakistani political experts expressed fear that this verdict of the Pakistan Anti-Terrorism Court could create new tensions in Pakistan.

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