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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Wednesday submitted a 2d reply in contempt of court be aware towards him through the Islamabad High Court (IHC).

Contempt case: Imran Khan ‘deeply regrets unintentional’ utterances against judge

Former prime minister, in his reply expressed deep regrets over his unintentional utterances and stated that he could no longer suppose of talking whatever towards the judiciary.

He similarly stated that his words have been no longer supposed to damage the emotions of Judge Zeba Chaudhry. “The utterances had been in no way supposed to intervene with or in any way have an effect on the direction of administration of justice,” he said.

The former premier similarly stated that he had great regard for the lower judiciary and that he supported women’s rights in Pakistan.

Imran Khan stated that he used to be ‘not aware’ that the depend was once sub judice when he made the remark and introduced that he used to be moved through the visuals of Shahbaz Gill gasping for breath.

However, he urged the court to discharge him from the case under the Islamic concepts of forgiveness and restraint.