Imran Khan's appearance,In this way even Kulbhushan was not brought to court : Quratul Ain Shirazi Imran Khan's appearance,In this way even Kulbhushan was not brought to court : Quratul Ain Shirazi

Imran Khan's appearance,In this way even Kulbhushan was not brought to court : Quratul Ain Shirazi

Imran Khan's appearance,In this way even Kulbhushan was not brought to court : Quratul Ain Shirazi  During the hearing of the trial against Imran Khan, what scenes did the reporter Quratul Ain Shirazi see outside the police lines?  Former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has been kept in police lines after his arrest, which was declared as sub-jail last night due to the circumstances.  In this regard, the representative of PTI media cell told Independent Urdu that the workers of his party have been given a call to gather and protest outside the police lines at eight o'clock this morning. I reached the gate of Police Lines which connects Sector G-11 and Kashmir Highway to Sector H-11 at around 8.00 am and saw that the roads on three sides of the gate were cordoned off with barbed wire while the containers were being kept. were   The police signaled us, along with the rest of the media representatives, to step back, saying, 'Move to the side.'  Meanwhile, three or four PTI women workers came, except for these women, no worker was visible. Around nine o'clock, one of them came to me and said, 'We were told in the WhatsApp group to arrive at eight o'clock, but no one has come here.'  While introducing herself, she said that her name is Manahil and she was among the protestors at GHQ yesterday.   Condemning the attack on GHQ on Tuesday, Munahal said that she kept stopping her colleagues from breaking the gate of GHQ and attacking 'but no one listened to me, but during this time two people incited public sentiments. were bringing.'   Meanwhile, PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Asad Umar, Musrat Cheema, Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltistan and other leaders initially reached the police lines, but they were not allowed to meet Imran Khan inside, while only 15 women workers of the party were there till 10 o'clock. The police were outside the line.  The police line highway which was initially open, as the time of the hearing approached, this highway was closed by placing a container, but FC and Rangers personnel also reached the police line in large numbers and after some time, Srinagar. The highway leading to Police Line was closed.   In such a situation, the workers looked very angry and kept shouting slogans. A female worker saw FC and Rangers vehicles coming and said, 'Kulbhushan was not presented in the court like Imran Khan is being presented and so much security is being called.'  The PTI workers who reached outside the police lines looked very worried and some leaders were seen asking the media representatives, what is the information about Imran Khan, how is his condition, where is he kept?  There is no doubt that the media is allowed to cover the hearing of important cases of important leaders including Asif Zardari, Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz, but when they reached the police line to cover the hearing of the case against Imran Khan, they were told that No media representative will be able to cover the hearing of the case and only lawyers will be allowed to enter the police line.  That is why it was not known what happened during the hearing until the lawyers came out.  Shah Mahmood Qureshi, while talking to the media outside the police line, refused to answer the question about who will take over the party after Imran Khan's arrest, while Asad Umar said that Imran Khan had formed a seven-member committee. will make all the decisions while this committee will be headed by Shah Mehmood Qureshi.  Earlier, Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that he had called a consultative meeting but could not get in touch with Azam Swati and told him to reach the party office through media talk.  Complaints of violence before the judge during the hearing of Imran Khan  Imran Khan's lawyer Gauhar Khan told Independent Urdu that today Imran Khan was presented before the court where he complained of torture before the judge.   "Imran Khan while addressing the judge said that I have been tortured, he said that due to torture I have also suffered injuries and I was tortured during my arrest."  Gohar Khan said that Imran Khan's morale is very high. He said that his legal team has pleaded with the court that 'this did not happen even during the martial law, we did not see the court being built in the police line even during the martial law.'  Imran Khan's lawyers have pleaded with the court that they do not have confidence in the court, so they have also applied for the transfer of the case.  Protesters kept picking up tear gas shells and throwing them back at the police  Shortly after the hearing started, stone pelting between PTI workers and the police continued on the Srinagar highway. Heavy shelling was also being done by the police to disperse the PTI workers while the protestors kept picking up tear gas shells and throwing them back at the police.   The activists claimed that rubber bullets were also fired at them. During the shelling, some workers pelted stones at the armored vehicle and pushed it back, during which the police personnel were also injured, while some workers were also seen raining police batons on them.   In the intense shelling, my eyes suddenly fell on a car that stood calmly in the middle of the commotion. When we went closer to the car, we saw that Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Atif Khan was inside the car, who was seen smoking without wearing a mask to protect himself from oxygen during the heavy shelling and watching the scenes of clashes between the police and workers.   When the shillings increased, some workers came and met Atif Khan and then again the workers went to the colleagues, he was seen talking to the workers and apparently explaining something to them with gestures.          Al-Qadir Trust Case: Who are the other accused besides Imran Khan? Apart from Imran Khan, many other people including Bushra Bibi and Malik Riaz were implicated in the Al-Qadir Trust case, but the law has not yet been brought into action against them.  It was announced by former Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad to build a university in the name of Al-Qadir Trust during his regime.  A case of corruption was filed in NAB on this matter, in which the owner of Bahria town , Malik Riaz, is accused of providing land by adjusting money through money laundering.  According to Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah, '60 billion rupees were damaged to the treasury and land worth 60 billion rupees was taken.'  Apart from Imran Khan, Malik Riaz, former first lady Bushra Bibi, her close friend Farhat Shahzadi aka Farah Khan, Shahzad Akbar, Zulfi Bukhari, Babar Awan and others were implicated in the Al-Qadir Trust case.  Chairman Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan has been arrested in this case made by NAB. But the question arises why the arrest of other accused could not be implemented?  In the said case, Malik Riaz is accused of providing hundreds of acres of land for personal interests.     The statement issued by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has also said that the key people in the Al-Qadir Trust land case are under investigation in the NAB RWP. According to the investigation, Imran Khan, Bushra Bibi, Zulfi Bukhari, and Babar Awan formed a trust in 2019 for the purpose of establishing Al-Qadir University.  Bahria Town allotted 458 kanal, four marla, 58 square feet land to the trust.  According to Rana Sanaullah, 'The deal and scandal started when Imran Khan fixed his shares and Bahria Town reduced the price of the land transferred with the illegal collusion of Imran Khan and Malik Riaz.  He also raised questions about the trust receiving lakhs of rupees in the name of donations for operational activities for the educational institution under construction in 2021, which is yet to be recognized as a university by the Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC). has not admitted.'  According to details released by Rana Sanaullah, the trust received Rs 180 million for operational expenses, but the records showed only Rs 8.52 million. In the meeting of Imran Khan's cabinet in December 2019, according to which the 50 billion rupees received in the UK was made an adjustment from Bahria Town instead of being deposited in the national treasury.  Rana Sanaullah also claimed that 'out of the total land donated, 240 was transferred to Farah Khan, a close associate of Kunal Khan's wife and the value of the land transferred by collusion was not underestimated.'  Former Finance Minister Miftah Ismail also once claimed in a tweet that 'Imran Khan had returned Rs 4,275 crore (£19 crore) to Malik Riaz which had been confiscated by the British authorities. Coincidentally, at the same time, Malik Riaz donated hundreds of acres of land to a trust whose trustees are Imran Khan, Bushra Bibi and Farah Khan.  Apart from Imran Khan, Malik Riaz, Bushra Bibi, Farah Khan, Zulfi Bukhari, Babar Awan are also involved in the matter of Al-Qadir Trust University.  NAB has not yet taken action against any person except Imran Khan in this case. Bushra Bibi, Zulfi Bukhari, Babar Awan are present in Pakistan, Malik Riaz is considered quite influential, Shahzad Akbar and Farah Khan have already left the country.  The names of Farah Khan and Bushra Bibi were also taken in the Tosha Khan case and the names of Bushra Bibi and Farah Khan have also come up in the cases registered in the Punjab Anti-Corruption Department.  Imran Khan was produced before the Islamabad judge on Wednesday where the Tosha-ul-Qadir Trust case and Tosha Khana case are being heard.  After the arrest of Imran Khan, now the question arises whether action can be taken against other accused involved in this case.  According to Ali Tipu, a prosecutor of NAB, 'the present government has amended the NAB rules. In the new amendments, instead of 90 days, the remand period has been reduced to 14 days and after these amendments, now Imran Khan can easily get bail. Now it is also the power of the trial court to grant them bail.  Speaking to Independent Urdu, Ali Tipu Advocate said that "the inquiry cannot be completed without investigating the accused other than Imran Khan, nor can a final decision be given, so it is necessary to arrest and interrogate all the accused." . However, in the light of the available evidence and testimonies, the court has to determine how much role or responsibility is imposed on the accused in the crime.  He said that 'in such corruption cases, if convicted, the punishment can be ten to 14 years in prison. Apart from this, it depends on the prosecution that they are successful in proving the guilt of the accused in the case.

During the hearing of the trial against Imran Khan, what scenes did the reporter Quratul Ain Shirazi see outside the police lines?

Former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has been kept in police lines after his arrest, which was declared as sub-jail last night due to the circumstances.

In this regard, the representative of PTI media cell told Independent Urdu that the workers of his party have been given a call to gather and protest outside the police lines at eight o'clock this morning. I reached the gate of Police Lines which connects Sector G-11 and Kashmir Highway to Sector H-11 at around 8.00 am and saw that the roads on three sides of the gate were cordoned off with barbed wire while the containers were being kept. were 

The police signaled us, along with the rest of the media representatives, to step back, saying, 'Move to the side.'

Meanwhile, three or four PTI women workers came, except for these women, no worker was visible. Around nine o'clock, one of them came to me and said, 'We were told in the WhatsApp group to arrive at eight o'clock, but no one has come here.'

While introducing herself, she said that her name is Manahil and she was among the protestors at GHQ yesterday. 

Condemning the attack on GHQ on Tuesday, Munahal said that she kept stopping her colleagues from breaking the gate of GHQ and attacking 'but no one listened to me, but during this time two people incited public sentiments. were bringing.' 

Meanwhile, PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Asad Umar, Musrat Cheema, Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltistan and other leaders initially reached the police lines, but they were not allowed to meet Imran Khan inside, while only 15 women workers of the party were there till 10 o'clock. The police were outside the line.

The police line highway which was initially open, as the time of the hearing approached, this highway was closed by placing a container, but FC and Rangers personnel also reached the police line in large numbers and after some time, Srinagar. The highway leading to Police Line was closed. 

In such a situation, the workers looked very angry and kept shouting slogans. A female worker saw FC and Rangers vehicles coming and said, 'Kulbhushan was not presented in the court like Imran Khan is being presented and so much security is being called.'

The PTI workers who reached outside the police lines looked very worried and some leaders were seen asking the media representatives, what is the information about Imran Khan, how is his condition, where is he kept?

There is no doubt that the media is allowed to cover the hearing of important cases of important leaders including Asif Zardari, Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz, but when they reached the police line to cover the hearing of the case against Imran Khan, they were told that No media representative will be able to cover the hearing of the case and only lawyers will be allowed to enter the police line.

That is why it was not known what happened during the hearing until the lawyers came out.

Shah Mahmood Qureshi, while talking to the media outside the police line, refused to answer the question about who will take over the party after Imran Khan's arrest, while Asad Umar said that Imran Khan had formed a seven-member committee. will make all the decisions while this committee will be headed by Shah Mehmood Qureshi.

Earlier, Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that he had called a consultative meeting but could not get in touch with Azam Swati and told him to reach the party office through media talk.

Complaints of violence before the judge during the hearing of Imran Khan

Imran Khan's lawyer Gauhar Khan told Independent Urdu that today Imran Khan was presented before the court where he complained of torture before the judge. 

"Imran Khan while addressing the judge said that I have been tortured, he said that due to torture I have also suffered injuries and I was tortured during my arrest."

Gohar Khan said that Imran Khan's morale is very high. He said that his legal team has pleaded with the court that 'this did not happen even during the martial law, we did not see the court being built in the police line even during the martial law.'

Imran Khan's lawyers have pleaded with the court that they do not have confidence in the court, so they have also applied for the transfer of the case.

Protesters kept picking up tear gas shells and throwing them back at the police

Shortly after the hearing started, stone pelting between PTI workers and the police continued on the Srinagar highway. Heavy shelling was also being done by the police to disperse the PTI workers while the protestors kept picking up tear gas shells and throwing them back at the police. 

The activists claimed that rubber bullets were also fired at them. During the shelling, some workers pelted stones at the armored vehicle and pushed it back, during which the police personnel were also injured, while some workers were also seen raining police batons on them. 

In the intense shelling, my eyes suddenly fell on a car that stood calmly in the middle of the commotion. When we went closer to the car, we saw that Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Atif Khan was inside the car, who was seen smoking without wearing a mask to protect himself from oxygen during the heavy shelling and watching the scenes of clashes between the police and workers. 

When the shillings increased, some workers came and met Atif Khan and then again the workers went to the colleagues, he was seen talking to the workers and apparently explaining something to them with gestures.



Al-Qadir Trust Case: Who are the other accused besides Imran Khan?

Apart from Imran Khan, many other people including Bushra Bibi and Malik Riaz were implicated in the Al-Qadir Trust case, but the law has not yet been brought into action against them.

It was announced by former Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad to build a university in the name of Al-Qadir Trust during his regime.

A case of corruption was filed in NAB on this matter, in which the owner of Bahria town , Malik Riaz, is accused of providing land by adjusting money through money laundering.

According to Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah, '60 billion rupees were damaged to the treasury and land worth 60 billion rupees was taken.'

Apart from Imran Khan, Malik Riaz, former first lady Bushra Bibi, her close friend Farhat Shahzadi aka Farah Khan, Shahzad Akbar, Zulfi Bukhari, Babar Awan and others were implicated in the Al-Qadir Trust case.

Chairman Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan has been arrested in this case made by NAB. But the question arises why the arrest of other accused could not be implemented?

In the said case, Malik Riaz is accused of providing hundreds of acres of land for personal interests.   

The statement issued by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has also said that the key people in the Al-Qadir Trust land case are under investigation in the NAB RWP. According to the investigation, Imran Khan, Bushra Bibi, Zulfi Bukhari, and Babar Awan formed a trust in 2019 for the purpose of establishing Al-Qadir University.

Bahria Town allotted 458 kanal, four marla, 58 square feet land to the trust.

According to Rana Sanaullah, 'The deal and scandal started when Imran Khan fixed his shares and Bahria Town reduced the price of the land transferred with the illegal collusion of Imran Khan and Malik Riaz.

He also raised questions about the trust receiving lakhs of rupees in the name of donations for operational activities for the educational institution under construction in 2021, which is yet to be recognized as a university by the Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC). has not admitted.'

According to details released by Rana Sanaullah, the trust received Rs 180 million for operational expenses, but the records showed only Rs 8.52 million. In the meeting of Imran Khan's cabinet in December 2019, according to which the 50 billion rupees received in the UK was made an adjustment from Bahria Town instead of being deposited in the national treasury.

Rana Sanaullah also claimed that 'out of the total land donated, 240 was transferred to Farah Khan, a close associate of Kunal Khan's wife and the value of the land transferred by collusion was not underestimated.'

Former Finance Minister Miftah Ismail also once claimed in a tweet that 'Imran Khan had returned Rs 4,275 crore (£19 crore) to Malik Riaz which had been confiscated by the British authorities. Coincidentally, at the same time, Malik Riaz donated hundreds of acres of land to a trust whose trustees are Imran Khan, Bushra Bibi and Farah Khan.

Apart from Imran Khan, Malik Riaz, Bushra Bibi, Farah Khan, Zulfi Bukhari, Babar Awan are also involved in the matter of Al-Qadir Trust University.

NAB has not yet taken action against any person except Imran Khan in this case. Bushra Bibi, Zulfi Bukhari, Babar Awan are present in Pakistan, Malik Riaz is considered quite influential, Shahzad Akbar and Farah Khan have already left the country.

The names of Farah Khan and Bushra Bibi were also taken in the Tosha Khan case and the names of Bushra Bibi and Farah Khan have also come up in the cases registered in the Punjab Anti-Corruption Department.

Imran Khan was produced before the Islamabad judge on Wednesday where the Tosha-ul-Qadir Trust case and Tosha Khana case are being heard.

After the arrest of Imran Khan, now the question arises whether action can be taken against other accused involved in this case.

According to Ali Tipu, a prosecutor of NAB, 'the present government has amended the NAB rules. In the new amendments, instead of 90 days, the remand period has been reduced to 14 days and after these amendments, now Imran Khan can easily get bail. Now it is also the power of the trial court to grant them bail.

Speaking to Independent Urdu, Ali Tipu Advocate said that "the inquiry cannot be completed without investigating the accused other than Imran Khan, nor can a final decision be given, so it is necessary to arrest and interrogate all the accused." . However, in the light of the available evidence and testimonies, the court has to determine how much role or responsibility is imposed on the accused in the crime.

He said that 'in such corruption cases, if convicted, the punishment can be ten to 14 years in prison. Apart from this, it depends on the prosecution that they are successful in proving the guilt of the accused in the case.



Imran Khan's appearance,In this way even Kulbhushan was not brought to court : Quratul Ain Shirazi  During the hearing of the trial against Imran Khan, what scenes did the reporter Quratul Ain Shirazi see outside the police lines?  Former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has been kept in police lines after his arrest, which was declared as sub-jail last night due to the circumstances.  In this regard, the representative of PTI media cell told Independent Urdu that the workers of his party have been given a call to gather and protest outside the police lines at eight o'clock this morning. I reached the gate of Police Lines which connects Sector G-11 and Kashmir Highway to Sector H-11 at around 8.00 am and saw that the roads on three sides of the gate were cordoned off with barbed wire while the containers were being kept. were   The police signaled us, along with the rest of the media representatives, to step back, saying, 'Move to the side.'  Meanwhile, three or four PTI women workers came, except for these women, no worker was visible. Around nine o'clock, one of them came to me and said, 'We were told in the WhatsApp group to arrive at eight o'clock, but no one has come here.'  While introducing herself, she said that her name is Manahil and she was among the protestors at GHQ yesterday.   Condemning the attack on GHQ on Tuesday, Munahal said that she kept stopping her colleagues from breaking the gate of GHQ and attacking 'but no one listened to me, but during this time two people incited public sentiments. were bringing.'   Meanwhile, PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Asad Umar, Musrat Cheema, Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltistan and other leaders initially reached the police lines, but they were not allowed to meet Imran Khan inside, while only 15 women workers of the party were there till 10 o'clock. The police were outside the line.  The police line highway which was initially open, as the time of the hearing approached, this highway was closed by placing a container, but FC and Rangers personnel also reached the police line in large numbers and after some time, Srinagar. The highway leading to Police Line was closed.   In such a situation, the workers looked very angry and kept shouting slogans. A female worker saw FC and Rangers vehicles coming and said, 'Kulbhushan was not presented in the court like Imran Khan is being presented and so much security is being called.'  The PTI workers who reached outside the police lines looked very worried and some leaders were seen asking the media representatives, what is the information about Imran Khan, how is his condition, where is he kept?  There is no doubt that the media is allowed to cover the hearing of important cases of important leaders including Asif Zardari, Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz, but when they reached the police line to cover the hearing of the case against Imran Khan, they were told that No media representative will be able to cover the hearing of the case and only lawyers will be allowed to enter the police line.  That is why it was not known what happened during the hearing until the lawyers came out.  Shah Mahmood Qureshi, while talking to the media outside the police line, refused to answer the question about who will take over the party after Imran Khan's arrest, while Asad Umar said that Imran Khan had formed a seven-member committee. will make all the decisions while this committee will be headed by Shah Mehmood Qureshi.  Earlier, Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that he had called a consultative meeting but could not get in touch with Azam Swati and told him to reach the party office through media talk.  Complaints of violence before the judge during the hearing of Imran Khan  Imran Khan's lawyer Gauhar Khan told Independent Urdu that today Imran Khan was presented before the court where he complained of torture before the judge.   "Imran Khan while addressing the judge said that I have been tortured, he said that due to torture I have also suffered injuries and I was tortured during my arrest."  Gohar Khan said that Imran Khan's morale is very high. He said that his legal team has pleaded with the court that 'this did not happen even during the martial law, we did not see the court being built in the police line even during the martial law.'  Imran Khan's lawyers have pleaded with the court that they do not have confidence in the court, so they have also applied for the transfer of the case.  Protesters kept picking up tear gas shells and throwing them back at the police  Shortly after the hearing started, stone pelting between PTI workers and the police continued on the Srinagar highway. Heavy shelling was also being done by the police to disperse the PTI workers while the protestors kept picking up tear gas shells and throwing them back at the police.   The activists claimed that rubber bullets were also fired at them. During the shelling, some workers pelted stones at the armored vehicle and pushed it back, during which the police personnel were also injured, while some workers were also seen raining police batons on them.   In the intense shelling, my eyes suddenly fell on a car that stood calmly in the middle of the commotion. When we went closer to the car, we saw that Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Atif Khan was inside the car, who was seen smoking without wearing a mask to protect himself from oxygen during the heavy shelling and watching the scenes of clashes between the police and workers.   When the shillings increased, some workers came and met Atif Khan and then again the workers went to the colleagues, he was seen talking to the workers and apparently explaining something to them with gestures.          Al-Qadir Trust Case: Who are the other accused besides Imran Khan? Apart from Imran Khan, many other people including Bushra Bibi and Malik Riaz were implicated in the Al-Qadir Trust case, but the law has not yet been brought into action against them.  It was announced by former Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad to build a university in the name of Al-Qadir Trust during his regime.  A case of corruption was filed in NAB on this matter, in which the owner of Bahria town , Malik Riaz, is accused of providing land by adjusting money through money laundering.  According to Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah, '60 billion rupees were damaged to the treasury and land worth 60 billion rupees was taken.'  Apart from Imran Khan, Malik Riaz, former first lady Bushra Bibi, her close friend Farhat Shahzadi aka Farah Khan, Shahzad Akbar, Zulfi Bukhari, Babar Awan and others were implicated in the Al-Qadir Trust case.  Chairman Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan has been arrested in this case made by NAB. But the question arises why the arrest of other accused could not be implemented?  In the said case, Malik Riaz is accused of providing hundreds of acres of land for personal interests.     The statement issued by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has also said that the key people in the Al-Qadir Trust land case are under investigation in the NAB RWP. According to the investigation, Imran Khan, Bushra Bibi, Zulfi Bukhari, and Babar Awan formed a trust in 2019 for the purpose of establishing Al-Qadir University.  Bahria Town allotted 458 kanal, four marla, 58 square feet land to the trust.  According to Rana Sanaullah, 'The deal and scandal started when Imran Khan fixed his shares and Bahria Town reduced the price of the land transferred with the illegal collusion of Imran Khan and Malik Riaz.  He also raised questions about the trust receiving lakhs of rupees in the name of donations for operational activities for the educational institution under construction in 2021, which is yet to be recognized as a university by the Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC). has not admitted.'  According to details released by Rana Sanaullah, the trust received Rs 180 million for operational expenses, but the records showed only Rs 8.52 million. In the meeting of Imran Khan's cabinet in December 2019, according to which the 50 billion rupees received in the UK was made an adjustment from Bahria Town instead of being deposited in the national treasury.  Rana Sanaullah also claimed that 'out of the total land donated, 240 was transferred to Farah Khan, a close associate of Kunal Khan's wife and the value of the land transferred by collusion was not underestimated.'  Former Finance Minister Miftah Ismail also once claimed in a tweet that 'Imran Khan had returned Rs 4,275 crore (£19 crore) to Malik Riaz which had been confiscated by the British authorities. Coincidentally, at the same time, Malik Riaz donated hundreds of acres of land to a trust whose trustees are Imran Khan, Bushra Bibi and Farah Khan.  Apart from Imran Khan, Malik Riaz, Bushra Bibi, Farah Khan, Zulfi Bukhari, Babar Awan are also involved in the matter of Al-Qadir Trust University.  NAB has not yet taken action against any person except Imran Khan in this case. Bushra Bibi, Zulfi Bukhari, Babar Awan are present in Pakistan, Malik Riaz is considered quite influential, Shahzad Akbar and Farah Khan have already left the country.  The names of Farah Khan and Bushra Bibi were also taken in the Tosha Khan case and the names of Bushra Bibi and Farah Khan have also come up in the cases registered in the Punjab Anti-Corruption Department.  Imran Khan was produced before the Islamabad judge on Wednesday where the Tosha-ul-Qadir Trust case and Tosha Khana case are being heard.  After the arrest of Imran Khan, now the question arises whether action can be taken against other accused involved in this case.  According to Ali Tipu, a prosecutor of NAB, 'the present government has amended the NAB rules. In the new amendments, instead of 90 days, the remand period has been reduced to 14 days and after these amendments, now Imran Khan can easily get bail. Now it is also the power of the trial court to grant them bail.  Speaking to Independent Urdu, Ali Tipu Advocate said that "the inquiry cannot be completed without investigating the accused other than Imran Khan, nor can a final decision be given, so it is necessary to arrest and interrogate all the accused." . However, in the light of the available evidence and testimonies, the court has to determine how much role or responsibility is imposed on the accused in the crime.  He said that 'in such corruption cases, if convicted, the punishment can be ten to 14 years in prison. Apart from this, it depends on the prosecution that they are successful in proving the guilt of the accused in the case.          Karnataka Elections: Tough Test for BJP Elections are going to be held today in the southern Indian state of Karnataka, where the ruling BJP is facing a tough competition and opinion polls are showing a likely defeat.  The three major parties namely the Bharatiya Janata Party, the Congress and the Janata Dal Secular (JDS) are all vying for power in the state elections scheduled for Wednesday 10 May 2023 in the southern Indian state of Karnataka. Opinion polls are showing the possibility of a clear victory for the Congress.  The counting of votes will take place on May 13 while the results are expected on the same night.    The total number of voters in Karnataka is 52 million, of which around 900,000 are youth who will be voting for the first time.  The total number of seats in the state is 224, for which 2,613 candidates are fighting. BJP has fielded candidates to contest on all 224 seats, while Congress has given tickets to 223 and JDS to 207 candidates. Apart from this, 209 candidates of Aam Aadmi Party and 133 candidates of Bahujan Samaj Party are also in the fray.  The importance of these state elections can be estimated from the fact that Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself has actively participated in the election campaign. On the other hand, Rahul Gandhi on behalf of Congress has been campaigning to attract voters.  Bharatiya Janata Party: A mixed record  The BJP is hoping to retain its government, which it formed after a hung assembly in 2018. The BJP has been in power in Karnataka for the past six years, and has had a mixed record. On the one hand, the state has seen significant economic growth during this period. The BJP government has also taken steps to improve infrastructure and education.  On the other hand, the BJP has been criticized for its handling of the coronavirus pandemic and its alleged involvement in corruption scandals.  Hope to return to Congress  Congress is hoping to make a comeback in Karnataka. The party has been out of power for six years, and it wants to capitalize on the BJP's perceived failures. The Congress is also hoping to tap into the anti-government elements, as many voters are unhappy with the BJP's performance.  Janata Dal Secular  Janata Dal Secular has a good position in Karnataka as compared to other states. Currently it is in alliance with the Congress, but it is hoping to improve its performance in today's elections. The JDS is hoping to tap into the support of the Lingayat community, which has a large vote bank in Karnataka.  Kante is expected to contest the upcoming state elections in Karnataka. All three major parties are vying for power, and it is hard to say who will win. The results of the elections will have a significant impact on the future of the state.  These elections are very important as Karnataka is one of the largest and most powerful states in India. It is the only southern state where the BJP is ruling. These elections will show where the BJP stands in next year's national elections.  Maskan Khan of Karnataka  The BJP's policies in Karnataka have faced criticism at the national and international levels. An example of this came last year in the form of a viral video.  In this video, Maskan Khan, a 19-year-old student from Karnataka, enters a college wearing a hijab, and a crowd starts chanting 'Jai Shri Ram' after seeing her, and Maskan stands in front of her saying 'Allahu Akbar'. are going  After this incident, 'Maskan' became a top trend on social media in Pakistan, while when the video went viral, many personalities including Pakistani Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai accused women of trying to deprive them of their right to education based on their dress and harassment. Raised a voice against.  In Karnataka, on February 5, 2022, Muslim female students were banned from wearing hijab in educational institutions, against which Muslim students and their parents staged protests.  In opposition to these protests, Hindu students also started protests due to which the educational institutions were closed.  The decision was challenged in the state high court, but the court upheld the hijab ban, saying, "We are of the view that wearing the hijab by Muslim women is not part of a necessary religious practice."  Muslim organizations said that the government's ban on the hijab of Muslim girls was part of the BJP's Hindutva agenda.  A matter of life and death for Congress  Indian media have written that the Congress is facing a 'do or die' situation in Karnataka as the Congress continues to be on the back foot after previous defeats in the 2014 and 2019 national elections.  It also faced a humiliating defeat in the recently held assembly elections across the country.  In the northeastern states including Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya, the Congress was wiped out and the BJP swept the field there. Himachal Pradesh was the only state where the Congress won.  In the 2018 elections, Congress performed well in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan. However, the government of Madhya Pradesh collapsed within a year due to Jyotraditya Scindia's rebellion.  Moreover, the Congress has lost its last bastion, Punjab, to the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Therefore, a victory in the Karnataka assembly elections is very important to boost the morale of the Congress.  The Congress has an opportunity to win Karnataka to prove that it still has a place in Indian politics and is in a position to take on the BJP in next year's national elections.  Survey results  Some indications suggest that Congress is likely to win in Karnataka.  According to a survey conducted by a Karnataka media house 'Edina', the Congress will win the elections with a clear margin. The survey shows the Congress winning 134-140 seats in the 224-seat House, while the BJP's share is only 57-65.  In the 2018 elections, the Congress won 80 seats while the BJP won 104.    Worryingly for the BJP government, no ruling party has won a majority in Karnataka elections for the past four decades.  BJP cannot afford defeat  Indian analyst Professor Yogendra Yadav has written that 'it is vital for the BJP to retain control of Karnataka to make its presence felt in the south. The BJP cannot afford to lose any major state election till 2024, especially in a state it rules.'   He writes that 'this time the victory in the elections is not easy for the BJP as dozens of its key leaders have defected and joined the main contender for power, the Congress. BJP has an idea of ​​its position and status Prime Minister Narendra Modi has visited the state seven times before the announcement of elections.  In Karnataka, though the BJP has won power several times, it has never been able to secure a clear majority. Now he needs to win with a clear majority. For this he has also launched 'Operation Karnataka'.  If seen, Karnataka is a gateway for BJP in South India. It is an opportunity to remove the label of being a party imported from North India.'

Karnataka Elections : Tough Test for BJP

Elections are going to be held today in the southern Indian state of Karnataka, where the ruling BJP is facing a tough competition and opinion polls are showing a likely defeat.

The three major parties namely the Bharatiya Janata Party, the Congress and the Janata Dal Secular (JDS) are all vying for power in the state elections scheduled for Wednesday 10 May 2023 in the southern Indian state of Karnataka. Opinion polls are showing the possibility of a clear victory for the Congress.

The counting of votes will take place on May 13 while the results are expected on the same night.  

The total number of voters in Karnataka is 52 million, of which around 900,000 are youth who will be voting for the first time.

The total number of seats in the state is 224, for which 2,613 candidates are fighting. BJP has fielded candidates to contest on all 224 seats, while Congress has given tickets to 223 and JDS to 207 candidates. Apart from this, 209 candidates of Aam Aadmi Party and 133 candidates of Bahujan Samaj Party are also in the fray.

The importance of these state elections can be estimated from the fact that Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself has actively participated in the election campaign. On the other hand, Rahul Gandhi on behalf of Congress has been campaigning to attract voters.

Bharatiya Janata Party: A mixed record

The BJP is hoping to retain its government, which it formed after a hung assembly in 2018. The BJP has been in power in Karnataka for the past six years, and has had a mixed record. On the one hand, the state has seen significant economic growth during this period. The BJP government has also taken steps to improve infrastructure and education.

On the other hand, the BJP has been criticized for its handling of the coronavirus pandemic and its alleged involvement in corruption scandals.

Hope to return to Congress

Congress is hoping to make a comeback in Karnataka. The party has been out of power for six years, and it wants to capitalize on the BJP's perceived failures. The Congress is also hoping to tap into the anti-government elements, as many voters are unhappy with the BJP's performance.

Janata Dal Secular

Janata Dal Secular has a good position in Karnataka as compared to other states. Currently it is in alliance with the Congress, but it is hoping to improve its performance in today's elections. The JDS is hoping to tap into the support of the Lingayat community, which has a large vote bank in Karnataka.

Kante is expected to contest the upcoming state elections in Karnataka. All three major parties are vying for power, and it is hard to say who will win. The results of the elections will have a significant impact on the future of the state.

These elections are very important as Karnataka is one of the largest and most powerful states in India. It is the only southern state where the BJP is ruling. These elections will show where the BJP stands in next year's national elections.

Maskan Khan of Karnataka

The BJP's policies in Karnataka have faced criticism at the national and international levels. An example of this came last year in the form of a viral video.

In this video, Maskan Khan, a 19-year-old student from Karnataka, enters a college wearing a hijab, and a crowd starts chanting 'Jai Shri Ram' after seeing her, and Maskan stands in front of her saying 'Allahu Akbar'. are going

After this incident, 'Maskan' became a top trend on social media in Pakistan, while when the video went viral, many personalities including Pakistani Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai accused women of trying to deprive them of their right to education based on their dress and harassment. Raised a voice against.

In Karnataka, on February 5, 2022, Muslim female students were banned from wearing hijab in educational institutions, against which Muslim students and their parents staged protests.

In opposition to these protests, Hindu students also started protests due to which the educational institutions were closed.

The decision was challenged in the state high court, but the court upheld the hijab ban, saying, "We are of the view that wearing the hijab by Muslim women is not part of a necessary religious practice."

Muslim organizations said that the government's ban on the hijab of Muslim girls was part of the BJP's Hindutva agenda.

A matter of life and death for Congress

Indian media have written that the Congress is facing a 'do or die' situation in Karnataka as the Congress continues to be on the back foot after previous defeats in the 2014 and 2019 national elections.

It also faced a humiliating defeat in the recently held assembly elections across the country.

In the northeastern states including Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya, the Congress was wiped out and the BJP swept the field there. Himachal Pradesh was the only state where the Congress won.

In the 2018 elections, Congress performed well in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan. However, the government of Madhya Pradesh collapsed within a year due to Jyotraditya Scindia's rebellion.

Moreover, the Congress has lost its last bastion, Punjab, to the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Therefore, a victory in the Karnataka assembly elections is very important to boost the morale of the Congress.

The Congress has an opportunity to win Karnataka to prove that it still has a place in Indian politics and is in a position to take on the BJP in next year's national elections.

Survey results

Some indications suggest that Congress is likely to win in Karnataka.

According to a survey conducted by a Karnataka media house 'Edina', the Congress will win the elections with a clear margin. The survey shows the Congress winning 134-140 seats in the 224-seat House, while the BJP's share is only 57-65.

In the 2018 elections, the Congress won 80 seats while the BJP won 104.  

Worryingly for the BJP government, no ruling party has won a majority in Karnataka elections for the past four decades.

BJP cannot afford defeat

Indian analyst Professor Yogendra Yadav has written that 'it is vital for the BJP to retain control of Karnataka to make its presence felt in the south. The BJP cannot afford to lose any major state election till 2024, especially in a state it rules.' 

He writes that 'this time the victory in the elections is not easy for the BJP as dozens of its key leaders have defected and joined the main contender for power, the Congress. BJP has an idea of ​​its position and status Prime Minister Narendra Modi has visited the state seven times before the announcement of elections.

In Karnataka, though the BJP has won power several times, it has never been able to secure a clear majority. Now he needs to win with a clear majority. For this he has also launched 'Operation Karnataka'.

If seen, Karnataka is a gateway for BJP in South India. It is an opportunity to remove the label of being a party imported from North India.'

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