Islamism, Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan was summoned by a local court on September 25 in a case related to his Nikah. The matter is related to Bushra Bibi. An Islamabad court on Thursday said Imran Khan had an ‘un-Islamic’ marriage with Bushra Bibi, prompting the court to summon him on September 25, The Express Tribune reported. According to the report, Civil Judge Qudratullah directed the Attock Jail Superintendent to ensure the production of Imran Khan in the court.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has gone to jail after being found guilty in the Toshakhana case. He was arrested on August 5 from his residence in Lahore’s Zaman Park. During the hearing, the judge will examine the arguments of PTI chairman’s lawyer challenging the jurisdiction of the court to hear the said case. Seeking time from the court, the judge asked Imran Khan’s lawyer to prepare arguments.
IMF knows the purpose of Pakistan! After giving the loan, he said – More taxes for the rich, more for the poor…
According to the report, Imran Khan is accused of marrying his wife for the third time during Iddat. Iddat is an Islamic term for the period of time a woman waits before remarrying after divorce or the death of her husband. Earlier in July, the PTI chairman challenged a trial court’s decision to file criminal charges against him and his wife for allegedly living together after their first marriage during the iddat period, The Express Tribune reported.
On July 18, a judicial magistrate in Islamabad, Qudartullah, issued a nine-page judgment saying that the petition against Imran Khan regarding his ‘illegal’ marriage was admissible, The Express Tribune reported. The judge also ordered Imran Khan and Bushra Bibi to appear in his court. On July 14, Additional District and Sessions Judge Islamabad Muhammad Azam Khan referred the case to the Judicial Magistrate. He also rejected another decision of a civil court declaring a petition challenging the validity of the marriage inadmissible. In his plea, former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said the charges mentioned in the personal complaint did not amount to an offense under Section 496 of the Pakistan Penal Code (PPC).