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Anti Terrorism Court (ATC) on Thursday ordered former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan to show up earlier than court at 12 PM in the terrorism case registered in opposition to him for allegedly threatening a female judge.

ATC orders Imran Khan to appear before court in terrorism case

As per details, Additional session Judge Raja Hassan Jawad heard the former premier’s meantime bail petition in a terrorism case registered towards him for allegedly threatening a female judge in a PTI rally held on August 20.

Judge Raja Hassan Jawad requested about the threats being confronted by Imran Khan. “It was once the former premier’s accountability to appear earlier than the court after he got the bail,” he added.

PTI chief’s counsel Babar Awan stated that the police have apprised the PTI Chairman of threats to his life. Meanwhile, the prosecutor demanded that Imran Khan have to appear earlier than the court.

After listening to the arguments, Judge Raja Hassan summoned Imran Khan at 12:00 pm and directed the authorities to prevent unrelated humans from coming into the courtroom.

Meanwhile, strict protection arrangements have been made at the surroundings of the court.

It is pertinent to point out right here that the former prime minister got bail from the anti-terrorism court (ATC) in a case the place he is charged under terrorism law for a threatening speech towards a woman judge and Islamabad police officials.