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Imran Khan claims - he may be killed during the hearing, a trap was laid in the Islamabad court

Pankaj Prasad
PTI chief Imran Khan
PTI chief Imran Khan

Imran Khan had reached the court for hearing in the Toshakhana case.

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has claimed that a conspiracy is being hatched to assassinate him during a court hearing. Imran said that on Saturday, when he reached the court in Islamabad for the hearing of the Toshakhana case, a conspiracy was hatched to kill him. Imran Khan has appealed that he be allowed to join the court hearing virtually. Imran Khan has also written a letter to the Chief Justice of Pakistan Umar Ata Bandial regarding this demand. 

'There was preparation to kill in Islamabad' 

Imran Khan released a video on Monday. In this video PTI chief Imran Khan claimed that a conspiracy was hatched to kill him at the Federal Judicial Complex in Islamabad on Saturday. Please tell that Imran Khan had reached the court for hearing in the Toshakhana case. Imran Khan said that during that time 20 unknown people were present in the court premises, who wanted to kill him. 

demanding virtual involvement in bulldozer hearing

So suddenly the police attacked our workers. At this his man signaled him to hurry out as he understood that a trap had been laid to kill him. Imran said that if he continues to expose such people, he will not be able to live long. Imran Khan asked who will be responsible if he is killed? Imran Khan has written to Chief Justice of Pakistan Umar Ata Bandial and Chief Justice of Islamabad High Court Ameer Farooq, seeking permission to allow them to appear in court hearings virtually. 

Conspiracy to show against the army

Trying to show against. Imran accused the PMNL government of plotting it. Let us tell you that there have been several clashes between PTI supporters and the police in the last one week. Due to which the police have detained 300 PTI workers. Many policemen and many PTI supporters were also injured in these clashes. There are many cases registered against Imran Khan himself.