Section Seven of Anti -Terrorism case registered against Imran Khan in Magistrate complaint

In Islamabad Margalla police station Magistrate Ali Javed has registered a case against PTI Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan under Section Seven of Anti -Terrorism.

In the FIR Register it was said that Imran Khan speech in this manner has spread fear & panic among  people so legal action should be taken against the accused for the crime of creating chaos in country.

He further said in the FIR Registered  that I was present at F nine Park Islamabad as a duty magistrate when chairman PTI Imran Khan started threatening senior police officers and a judicial magistrate in the meeting.

Breaking: A case has-been registered against Imran Khan under ATA 7 anti-terrorism provisions in Islamabad

Terrorism case registered against Imran Khan

A case has-been registered against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman & former Prime Minister  PM Imran Khan in  Margalla Capital police station of Islamabad the capital of Pakistan under the anti-terrorism provisions of Magistrate Ali Javed.

According to correspondent Shahzad Malik this case has-been registered under 7 ATA which is non-bailable.

According to the FIR Magistrate Ali Javed stated that he was present at Imran Khan rally last day along with a few policemen when Imran Khan started threatening & intimidating senior police officers & an Additional Sessions Judge.

According to the FIR Former PM Imran Khan aim was to create terror in the police & judiciary so that they could not fulfill their duties.

Former PM Imran Khan speech in this style & design has spread fear and panic among the people & unrest anxiety and terror have spread among the people. Therefore legal action should be taken against them.

The purpose of these words  speech of Imran Khan was to terrorize the high authorities of the police & the judiciary so that the judiciary & the police could not perform their duties. So that if there is a case of Tehreek-e-Insaaf or any person associated with it police officers cannot take action due to the fear of former PM Imran Khan.

Terrorism case registered against Imran Khan

Under Section 7 of  Anti-Terrorism Act imprisonment for seven years or a fine can be imposed but legal expert Shah Khawar said that Section 7 of  Anti-Terrorism Act is not imposed alone but in combination with any other section of the Penal Code. So that there is no ambiguity in the application of punishment.

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Legal expert Shah Khawar has stated that sub section M of Article Seven of  Anti-Terrorism Act deals with intimidation of a public servant or preventing him from performing his duties.