CM Gandapur knocks IHC door for meeting with Imran in jail


ISLAMABAD (UNA): Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Ali Amin Gandapur filed a petition for a meeting with the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founder Imran Khan in Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Saturday.

As per details, the plea filed by Chief Minister Gandapur, urged the court to allow him to meet the PTI Founder Imran Khan for consultation on legal and political matters.

CM Gandapur appealed the court to release orders to be allowed to meet Imran Khan for consultation on political and legal issues.

He also requested the court to release order to ensure confidentiality in consultative meeting with PTI founder.

The Ministry of Interior, Islamabad Administration and Adiala Jail Superintendent have been made parties in the petition.

Meanwhile, Inspector General Prisons Punjab contended that Gandapur’s meeting with the PTI founder cannot be held as all types of meetings are banned at Adiala jail for two weeks.

Punjab home department banned meetings with the PTI founder in Adiala Jail, citing security threats.

The ban has been slapped for two weeks the sources within the Punjab home department said while media coverage is also prohibited in front of Adiala Jail’s gate no-5.

The security officer stated that media coverage is not allowed and directed that the media teams would stay away for 2km far from Adiala jail.

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