There have been changes to the arrest warrant for former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. There are 94 cases against the former prime minister.

A step back was made for Imran Khan, who received two warrants for his arrest and was taken into police custody from his residence in Lahore. According to a news report in the Dawn newspaper, Pakistan Justice Movement Party (PTI) leader Khan traveled from Lahore to the capital Islamabad to attend hearings in his case. The court canceled the arrest warrant for Imran Khan on the grounds that he did not appear at the hearing.

However, Khan’s court appearance was delayed due to a fight between PTI supporters and police outside the court.

After the events, court judge Zafer Iqbal allowed Khan to sign a document confirming his participation in the court session from his car and not appear in the courtroom.

Iqbal canceled Khan’s arrest warrant on the grounds that he did not show up for the hearing and rescheduled the hearing to 30 March.

Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said that during a police raid on Imran Khan’s house, shootings were fired from the house and that Molotov cocktails, explosives and materials used to make bombs were seized from the house.

Punjab police chief Osman Anwar, on the other hand, said the searches had seized AK-47 Kalashnikovs and ammunition, adding that 61 people had been detained so far and that number could increase.

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