Imran Khan on his court appearance:
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Imran Khan, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), has warned that if he attends court in Islamabad on Tuesday this week to participate in the investigation into the Al Qadir trust issue, he would be detained once more, according to ARY News on Sunday.

Imran Khan, a former Pakistani prime minister, claimed that the ruling coalition’s motivation for wanting to get rid of him was a concern over losing the general elections in 2019.

In addition, he charged that former Pakistan Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa had tried to topple his administration, stating he didn’t understand why the latter had made such a move.

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In an interview with international media, the former prime minister said: “There are 80% odds that I would be detained. On Tuesday, I’m going to go before the court in Islamabad for various bails.

The PTI chairman said that more than 10,000 employees, including senior leadership and women, had been detained as a result of his party’s crackdown.

According to Dawn, on Saturday, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) informed the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) that he may participate in the investigation into the Al Qadir Trust Case the following week. Khan stated that he is available on Tuesday by 11 AM to appear for the case’s investigation.

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Imran responded to the anti-graft watchdog’s call-up notice by requesting that the NAB confirm the time indicated for him to join the probe.

Imran Khan, the PTI chairman who is out on bail till June 2, was recently taken into custody by Rangers from the Islamabad High Court (IHC) in the Al-Qadir Trust case. PTI members demonstrated following Khan’s detention in towns all throughout the nation, including Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Karachi, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Multan, Peshawar, and Mardan.

In three cases brought against the former Pakistani prime minister following his arrest on May 9, a Lahore anti-terrorism court on Friday granted Imran Khan pre-arrest release.

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A NAB investigation into a settlement between the PTI government and a real estate mogul, which apparently resulted in a loss to the national exchequer of 190 million pounds, is reportedly targeting Imran Khan, his wife Bushra Bibi, and other PTI leaders.

Khan and the other defendants are accused of changing money that was at the time handed to the government by the British National Crime Agency (NCA), according to the allegations, according to Geo News.