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Shock to Imran Khan from Islamabad High Court, dismissed petition against the decision on disqualification

Imran Khan News: Islamabad High Court has dismissed the petition of former PM Imran Khan. The court on Monday (October 24) dismissed his petition, which sought immediate quashing of the Election Commission’s decision. In fact, the Election Commission had disqualified Imran Khan from contesting elections for the next five years in the Toshkhana case.

In this petition, Imran Khan had requested for immediate suspension of the disqualification decision. The court dismissed the petition, though it also said that he would not face any problem to contest the upcoming NA-45 by-election to be held this month.

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The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Friday (October 21) barred Imran Khan from contesting elections for five years after he was found guilty of hiding proceeds from the sale of valuable gifts. In this regard, Imran had filed an appeal in the Islamabad High Court through his lawyer Barrister Ali Zafar. The court accepted the appeal and heard the matter today. It is alleged that Imran Khan sold three watches gifted to Toshakhana to a local watch dealer for more than Rs 15.4 crore.

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Imran Khan has reportedly sold expensive watches gifted from foreign dignitaries for lakhs of rupees. He did not deposit these gifts worth lakhs of rupees in Toshakhana. Along with this, its amount has also not been deposited. Expensive gifts also include diamond jewelery sets and bracelets. Along with not depositing the gifts received in the government warehouse, there have also been allegations against Imran Khan that he has not given any information about the gifts.

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