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The CCTV footage of Imran Khan’s arrest was stolen from the High Court

the cctv footage of imran khan's arrest was stolen from the high court
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CCTV footage of Imran Khan’s arrest from Islamabad High Court: A surprising case has emerged in the case related to the arrest of former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on May 9. CCTV footage of Imran’s arrest and vandalism in the biometric room was stolen from the Islamabad High Court. This information was informed in the High Court during the hearing held on Friday.

Justice Mia Gul Hasan reprimanded the court administration and said, how was the footage stolen? Was there no one to stop the thief? Justice Mian Gul was one of the judges on the bench that granted bail to PTI chief Imran Khan.

IHC has no video footage

The Islamabad High Court administration informed the judges that all the CCTV footage of Imran Khan sitting in the biometrics room and the Pakistani Rangers had been stolen by breaking the window on May 9.

Thieves also took the DVR. There are currently no recordings available for May 9. Now only the footage recorded from the mobile remains. IHC has no official video footage.

The van is dragged by the neck

Imran was arrested by the Pakistan Rangers from the Islamabad High Court on Tuesday based on a warrant issued by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in the Al-Qadir Trust case. Rangers broke the glasses of the biometric room. They broke the window and entered and arrested the former prime minister. After this he was dragged from the Islamabad High Court. Rangers grabbed him by the neck and dragged him towards the police car.

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High Court granted bail to Imran

A division bench of the High Court on Friday ordered Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan not to be arrested in any case filed after May 9.

The decision comes a day after the Supreme Court of Pakistan termed Imran Khan’s arrest from the IHC premises illegal and illegal. In a relief to the former prime minister, the Islamabad High Court said that Imran Khan should be granted bail for two weeks if martial law is imposed in the country under Article 245 of the Constitution.

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