Petition filed in court against Imran Khan, demands disqualification

A man named Tahir Masood has filed a petition against Imran in the Lahore High Court. In the petition, Masood said Imran Khan should be prosecuted for contempt of court.

New Delhi: Former cricketer and Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is not naming the problems. Where people took to the streets against them in the past. A petition has now been filed against him for allegedly commenting against the court. The plea seeks to disqualify Imran Khan.

In fact, Imran had reportedly commented against the court over the treatment of his political opponent and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif abroad. After that, tahir Masood, a man, has filed a petition against Imran in the Lahore High Court. In the petition, Masood said Imran Khan should be prosecuted for contempt of court.

In the petition filed, Masood also said, “Khan has criticised the senior judges of the court. He also referred to Imran’s last case of commenting against the court in 2013. He said that even before Imran Khan had commented against the court. The complainant has demanded that Imran be disqualified, citing the sentence in the case of several more leaders commenting against the court. He also said that the Election Commission should cancel his membership of the National Assembly.

Imran Khan had recently criticised the court for allowing former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to go abroad for treatment and made alleged remarks against Chief Justice Asif Sayeed. After which a petition has been filed against him in the Lahore High Court.