Imran Khan arrest Highlights: Islamabad High Court rules PTI's arrest 'legal' – India Today

لاہور کے کور کمانڈر ہاؤس میں مظاہرین توڑ پھوڑ کے ساتھ لوٹ مار بھی کی اور لوگ چیزیں اٹھا کر اپنے ساتھ لے گئے۔ ایک شخص کور کمانڈر ہاؤس میں رکھا مور بھی اٹھا لایا۔#VOAUrdu #Lahore #ImranKhan
The United States reacted to the arrest of former Pakistan PM Imran Khan. The White House said, “United States does not have a position on one political candidate or party versus the another. We call for respect for democratic principles and the rule of law around the world.”
Chief Justice of Islamabad High Court Amir Farooq issued the order to stay the arrest of Fawad Chaudhry, Saifullah Niazi, Faisal Chaudhry, Naeem Haider, Ali Bukhari.
Islamabad High Court has ruled former Pakistan Prime Minister and PTI chief Imran Khan’s arrest was ‘legal’.
All the private schools across Pakistan will be shut from tomorrow until further notice in the wake of ongoing protest against former premier and PTI chief’s Imran Khan’s arrest from outside Islamabad High Court earlier today.
US Congressman Brad Sherman criticised former Pakistan PM and PTI chief Imran Khan’s arrest from outside Islamabad High Court earlier today.
As I have said several times in recent months regarding #Pakistan, America is dedicated to democracy and rule of law around the world.

We stand not with individual politicians but with human rights and free speech.
Islamabad High Court has reserved verdict in a petition challenging the arrest of former PM and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan, Pakistan’s ARY News reported.
Indian defence forces keeping a close watch on the situation in Pakistan in view of the developments there. Strong vigil being maintained by the forces along the line of control and the international border, sources told news agency ANI.
Supporters of former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and PTI chief on Tuesday put on fire the building of Radio Pakistan in Peshawar after latter’s arrest from outside Islamabad High Court by Pakistan Rangers. Supporters have took to streets in various cities of the neighbouring country demanding Khan’s release.
Radio Pakistan Peshawar
A replica of Pakistan airforce aircraft was set on fire by supporters of PTI chief Imran Khan after the latter was arrested from outside Islamabad High Court earlier in the day. 
PTI workers from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa gathered on the streets of Lakki Marwat district under the leadership of provincial party president Muhammad Iqbal against the arrest of Imran Khan. The PTI supporters resorted to burning tyres and closed down the Indus Highway.
According to media reports, PTI supporters have allegedly broken into the residence of a military officer in the cantonment area of Lahore. This incident occurred after Imran Khan’s arrest on Tuesday. Journalist Murtaza Ali Shah tweeted about the incident, and Dawn reported his message stating, “PTI supporters break into military officer’s house in Lahore Cantt.”
Protests were witness across Pakistan in wake of the arrest of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan by Rangers personnel from the Islamabad Judicial Complex on Tuesday.
The former premier was arrested in the Al-Qadir Trust case, said the federal capital’s top cop. “Situation is normal. Section 144 is in place and violations will result in police action,” said IG Islamabad, Express Tribune reported.
پوری قوم کا فوری مطالبہ !!#ReleaseImranKhan
The Islamabad High Court has reserved its judgment on arrest of former Pakistan Prime Minister and PTI chief Imran Khan. The court will announce the decision soon, chief justice said.
Hours after Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan was arrested by Pakistan Rangers, his supporters barged into the house of the Corps Commanders House in Lahore Cantt.
“Kaha tha Imran Khan ko na chedna (Had warned, don’t harass Imran Khan)”, some in the protesting mob were heard saying while heckling security personnel outside the house of corps commanders. Read more
Former Pakistan Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) chief, Imran Khan, before his arrest from outside the Islamabad High Court on Tuesday, reiterated his allegations against a senior military officer of trying to kill him.
The PTI chief, before leaving for Islamabad High Court for appearance in a case of mutiny and another case pertaining to charges of attempted murder, took to Twitter and posted a video claiming attempts were being made by The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) and its “handlers” to arrest him. Read more.
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