A Pakistani court docket has delivered a verdict sentencing former Prime Minister Imran Khan and his ex-Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi to a 10-year jail time period. The judgment stems from their alleged violation of the nation’s Official Secrets Act by disclosing a diplomatic cable throughout Khan’s tenure.
Verdict by Special Court
Judge Abual Hasnat Muhammad Zulqarnain issued the order, which Imran Khan’s lawyer Shoaib Shaheen confirmed. Both Khan and Qureshi have the choice to enchantment the choice in the next court docket.
The case revolves round accusations that Imran Khan divulged the contents of a confidential cable from the Pakistani ambassador in Washington to the Islamabad authorities.
Imran Khan’s get together, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), denounced the decision, labeling it a “sham case.” PTI pledged to problem the ruling, asserting their perception in Khan and Qureshi’s innocence.
In a press release on social media, PTI reaffirmed its help for Khan and Qureshi, emphasizing their dedication to Pakistan’s protection and real freedom. PTI criticized the trial as a mockery of justice within the cipher case and urged residents to take part within the upcoming basic elections on February 8.
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