An Islamabad Anti-Terrorism Court on Wednesday convened PTI chairman and retired prime minister Imran Khan to seem before the magistrate in-person by 1:30pm in a lawsuit pertaining to an objection exterior the Election Commission of Pakistan pursuing its judgment in the Toshakhana case.
Between the hearing today, ATC magistrate Raja Jawad Abbas Hassan rescinded his proposal for immunity from impression on medical grounds.
“Imran Khan should appear in court by 1:30pm,” his statement.
The PTI director has been convalescing in his Zaman Park lodging in Lahore ever since he was injured in a murder endeavor during a pitstop his caravan made in Wazirabad while they were parading on Islamabad.
At the last hearing, the court retained the PTI commander the final chance to come across on Feb 15.
The Toshakhana is a bureau under the Cabinet Division that stocks gifts provided to monarchs and administration by heads of other governments and foreign dignitaries. According to Toshakhana rules, gifts/presents and other such materials received by persons to whom these rules apply shall be reported to the Cabinet Division.