In Islamabad, the Toshakhana case against PTI Chairman Imran Khan nears its conclusion as the court dismisses his witnesses. The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) had filed a complaint against Imran for concealing details of Toshakhana gifts. The court summons defence and ECP counsels for final arguments tomorrow.
The district and sessions court rejected PTI Chief Imran Khan’s witnesses, stating they were not relevant to the case. The court asked for the recording of witness statements, but the defence failed to present them.
The Toshakhana case is based on a criminal complaint by the ECP, alleging that Imran concealed details of gifts received during his tenure as prime minister.
ECP counsel objected to the delay in presenting witnesses, as the case was related to the assets filed by the suspect. The court observed it was not looking into tax returns.
Final Arguments Tomorrow:
Both respondents have been summoned for final arguments, and a verdict will be reserved if they fail to appear in court.
The Toshakhana case takes a significant turn as the court rejects PTI Chief Imran Khan’s witnesses. The final arguments will determine the outcome of the case as it approaches its conclusion.