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Imran Khan Receives 3-Year Jail Sentence and Disqualification


In a significant development, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan and leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan, has been handed a 3-year prison sentence and a 5-year disqualification in the Toshakhana case. Along with the prison term and disqualification, he has also been fined 1 Lac Pakistani Rupees.

This landmark verdict was announced by Judge Humayun Dilawar of the Islamabad District and Sessions Court, who found Imran Khan guilty in the criminal case.

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Despite Imran Khan’s appeal against the case’s maintainability, the court rejected it, and the judgment was delivered even in his absence. The Toshakhana case has been a matter of intense legal scrutiny, and with this ruling, it has now taken a significant turn.

The implications of the sentencing and disqualification are likely to reverberate through Pakistan’s political landscape, raising questions about the future of PTI and the political career of Imran Khan.