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Chairman PTI challenges indictment order in cipher case

The PTI head also filed a separate petition to the IHC against his possible arrest in the NAB case pertaining to toshakhana and the scam of Al-Qadir Trust worth 190 million pounds.

The Chairman PTI on Wednesday challenged the order of the trial court before the Islamabad High Court (IHC) regarding his indictment in the cipher case.

The PTI head also filed a separate petition to the IHC against his possible arrest in the NAB case pertaining to toshakhana and the scam of Al-Qadir Trust worth 190 million pounds.

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The petitioner in his plea prayed the court to terminate the order of the trial court dated October 9, regarding the indictment in the cipher case. He said that the trial court had stated that the copies of the case had been provided to the defense, but in actuality, it couldn’t be shared so far.

It said that the trial court even didn’t wait for the judgment of the IHC in a petition against trial of the chairman PTI in jail.

However, in another petition chairman of PTI prayed to the court to stop the execution of the decision of the accountability court dated August 10, and stop his arrest until the final judgment into the appeal. The chairman of PTI challenged the verdict of the trial court for the cancellation of his interim bail in two cases.

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