Ex-PM Imran Khan Not Disqualified From Contesting Election: Pak High Court

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Publish Date : 2022-10-24 00:00:00


Ex-PM Imran Khan Not Disqualified From Contesting Election: Pak High Court

Islamabad: A Pakistani court observed on Monday that Imran Khan was not barred from contesting elections in the future as it heard the disqualification case of the former prime minister by the country's top election body. Khan, 70, was disqualified on Friday by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in the Toshakhana case for hiding his assets. The next day, he challenged the verdict in the Islamabad High Court (IHC). Chief Justice of the IHC Athar Minallah observed that Khan had not been barred from contesting in future elections and was eligible to contest in the Kurram district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on October 30. "Imran Khan is not disqualified for that election. There should be one standard for all. There is no need to rush in this case," the IHC chief justice said when Khan's counsel Barrister Ali Zafar pressed to start the hearing despite administrative objections by the IHC registrar.

Islamabad: A Pakistani court observed on Monday that Imran Khan was not barred from contesting elections in the future as it heard the disqualification case of the former prime minister by the country's top election body. Khan, 70, was disqualified on Friday by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in the Toshakhana case for hiding his assets. The next day, he challenged the verdict in the Islamabad High Court (IHC). Chief Justice of the IHC Athar Minallah observed that Khan had not been barred from contesting in future elections and was eligible to contest in the Kurram district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on October 30. "Imran Khan is not disqualified for that election. There should be one standard for all. There is no need to rush in this case," the IHC chief justice said when Khan's counsel Barrister Ali Zafar pressed to start the hearing despite administrative objections by the IHC registrar.Islamabad: A Pakistani court observed on Monday that Imran Khan was not barred from contesting elections in the future as it heard the disqualification case of the former prime minister by the country's top election body. Khan, 70, was disqualified on Friday by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in the Toshakhana case for hiding his assets. The next day, he challenged the verdict in the Islamabad High Court (IHC). Chief Justice of the IHC Athar Minallah observed that Khan had not been barred from contesting in future elections and was eligible to contest in the Kurram district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on October 30. "Imran Khan is not disqualified for that election. There should be one standard for all. There is no need to rush in this case," the IHC chief justice said when Khan's counsel Barrister Ali Zafar pressed to start the hearing despite administrative objections by the IHC registrar.Islamabad: A Pakistani court observed on Monday that Imran Khan was not barred from contesting elections in the future as it heard the disqualification case of the former prime minister by the country's top election body. Khan, 70, was disqualified on Friday by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in the Toshakhana case for hiding his assets. The next day, he challenged the verdict in the Islamabad High Court (IHC). Chief Justice of the IHC Athar Minallah observed that Khan had not been barred from contesting in future elections and was eligible to contest in the Kurram district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on October 30. "Imran Khan is not disqualified for that election. There should be one standard for all. There is no need to rush in this case," the IHC chief justice said when Khan's counsel Barrister Ali Zafar pressed to start the hearing despite administrative objections by the IHC registrar.Islamabad: A Pakistani court observed on Monday that Imran Khan was not barred from contesting elections in the future as it heard the disqualification case of the former prime minister by the country's top election body. Khan, 70, was disqualified on Friday by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in the Toshakhana case for hiding his assets. The next day, he challenged the verdict in the Islamabad High Court (IHC). Chief Justice of the IHC Athar Minallah observed that Khan had not been barred from contesting in future elections and was eligible to contest in the Kurram district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on October 30. "Imran Khan is not disqualified for that election. There should be one standard for all. There is no need to rush in this case," the IHC chief justice said when Khan's counsel Barrister Ali Zafar pressed to start the hearing despite administrative objections by the IHC registrar.Islamabad: A Pakistani court observed on Monday that Imran Khan was not barred from contesting elections in the future as it heard the disqualification case of the former prime minister by the country's top election body. Khan, 70, was disqualified on Friday by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in the Toshakhana case for hiding his assets. The next day, he challenged the verdict in the Islamabad High Court (IHC). Chief Justice of the IHC Athar Minallah observed that Khan had not been barred from contesting in future elections and was eligible to contest in the Kurram district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on October 30. "Imran Khan is not disqualified for that election. There should be one standard for all. There is no need to rush in this case," the IHC chief justice said when Khan's counsel Barrister Ali Zafar pressed to start the hearing despite administrative objections by the IHC registrar.Islamabad: A Pakistani court observed on Monday that Imran Khan was not barred from contesting elections in the future as it heard the disqualification case of the former prime minister by the country's top election body. Khan, 70, was disqualified on Friday by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in the Toshakhana case for hiding his assets. The next day, he challenged the verdict in the Islamabad High Court (IHC). Chief Justice of the IHC Athar Minallah observed that Khan had not been barred from contesting in future elections and was eligible to contest in the Kurram district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on October 30. "Imran Khan is not disqualified for that election. There should be one standard for all. There is no need to rush in this case," the IHC chief justice said when Khan's counsel Barrister Ali Zafar pressed to start the hearing despite administrative objections by the IHC registrar.Islamabad: A Pakistani court observed on Monday that Imran Khan was not barred from contesting elections in the future as it heard the disqualification case of the former prime minister by the country's top election body. Khan, 70, was disqualified on Friday by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in the Toshakhana case for hiding his assets. The next day, he challenged the verdict in the Islamabad High Court (IHC). Chief Justice of the IHC Athar Minallah observed that Khan had not been barred from contesting in future elections and was eligible to contest in the Kurram district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on October 30. "Imran Khan is not disqualified for that election. There should be one standard for all. There is no need to rush in this case," the IHC chief justice said when Khan's counsel Barrister Ali Zafar pressed to start the hearing despite administrative objections by the IHC registrar.Islamabad: A Pakistani court observed on Monday that Imran Khan was not barred from contesting elections in the future as it heard the disqualification case of the former prime minister by the country's top election body. Khan, 70, was disqualified on Friday by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in the Toshakhana case for hiding his assets. The next day, he challenged the verdict in the Islamabad High Court (IHC). Chief Justice of the IHC Athar Minallah observed that Khan had not been barred from contesting in future elections and was eligible to contest in the Kurram district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on October 30. "Imran Khan is not disqualified for that election. There should be one standard for all. There is no need to rush in this case," the IHC chief justice said when Khan's counsel Barrister Ali Zafar pressed to start the hearing despite administrative objections by the IHC registrar.Islamabad: A Pakistani court observed on Monday that Imran Khan was not barred from contesting elections in the future as it heard the disqualification case of the former prime minister by the country's top election body. Khan, 70, was disqualified on Friday by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in the Toshakhana case for hiding his assets. The next day, he challenged the verdict in the Islamabad High Court (IHC). Chief Justice of the IHC Athar Minallah observed that Khan had not been barred from contesting in future elections and was eligible to contest in the Kurram district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on October 30. "Imran Khan is not disqualified for that election. There should be one standard for all. There is no need to rush in this case," the IHC chief justice said when Khan's counsel Barrister Ali Zafar pressed to start the hearing despite administrative objections by the IHC registrar.Islamabad: A Pakistani court observed on Monday that Imran Khan was not barred from contesting elections in the future as it heard the disqualification case of the former prime minister by the country's top election body. Khan, 70, was disqualified on Friday by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in the Toshakhana case for hiding his assets. The next day, he challenged the verdict in the Islamabad High Court (IHC). Chief Justice of the IHC Athar Minallah observed that Khan had not been barred from contesting in future elections and was eligible to contest in the Kurram district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on October 30. "Imran Khan is not disqualified for that election. There should be one standard for all. There is no need to rush in this case," the IHC chief justice said when Khan's counsel Barrister Ali Zafar pressed to start the hearing despite administrative objections by the IHC registrar.Islamabad: A Pakistani court observed on Monday that Imran Khan was not barred from contesting elections in the future as it heard the disqualification case of the former prime minister by the country's top election body. Khan, 70, was disqualified on Friday by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in the Toshakhana case for hiding his assets. The next day, he challenged the verdict in the Islamabad High Court (IHC). Chief Justice of the IHC Athar Minallah observed that Khan had not been barred from contesting in future elections and was eligible to contest in the Kurram district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on October 30. "Imran Khan is not disqualified for that election. There should be one standard for all. There is no need to rush in this case," the IHC chief justice said when Khan's counsel Barrister Ali Zafar pressed to start the hearing despite administrative objections by the IHC registrar.Islamabad: A Pakistani court observed on Monday that Imran Khan was not barred from contesting elections in the future as it heard the disqualification case of the former prime minister by the country's top election body. Khan, 70, was disqualified on Friday by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in the Toshakhana case for hiding his assets. The next day, he challenged the verdict in the Islamabad High Court (IHC). Chief Justice of the IHC Athar Minallah observed that Khan had not been barred from contesting in future elections and was eligible to contest in the Kurram district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on October 30. "Imran Khan is not disqualified for that election. There should be one standard for all. There is no need to ru



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