Friday, December 22, 2023

Following his conviction, Imran is still ineligible to vote, according to his attorney


KARACHI: According to the statement made by the former PM of Pakistan, Imran Khan, a court on Thursday denied his request to suspend an earlier conviction, resulting in his continued ineligibility to run for office. The choice came a day in short order of submitting selection papers for the races for commonplace and public congregations booked for February 8. Khan was detained on August 5 in the wake of being condemned to three years in prison on charges of unlawfully selling state gifts during his residency as PM from 2018 to 2022.

He denies any bad behavior. He was looking to upset that conviction which has banished him from challenging decisions for a considerable length of time. " "Khan's request to suspend the decision in the criminal case involving Tosha Khana was rejected so that the disqualification would continue," said Naeem Haider Panjutha, the lawyer for Khan.

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