Toshakhana case: Police entered Imran Khan’s house in Lahore, arrested more than 20 activists
Lahore: Hours after PTI chairman Imran Khan came forward to attend the Toshakhana case hearing in Islamabad on Saturday, the Punjab Police finally arrested over 20 party workers after raiding his Zaman Park residence. This information has been given in the media report. Police and PTI supporters recently fought fiercely outside the former prime minister’s house in Lahore, leaving several people on both sides injured when the former prime minister tried to arrest Khan.
However, a police operation was launched at Imran Khan’s residence this morning to clear the area of camps set up by the party. “Section 144 is in force, you are advised to leave,” the police said in a statement before entering Imran Khan’s residence. Television footage showed police entering the house using bulldozers at the main gate and several others. PTI workers are shown being taken into custody.
Law enforcers also claimed that in response to their operation, they faced direct firing and petrol bombs from inside Imran Khan’s residence. A heavy contingent of police was deployed in the area after the administration and PTI reached an agreement on Friday regarding searches at Zaman Park. An anti-terrorism court allowed searches inside Imran Khan’s residence.
During the search operation, the police recovered materials used to make Molotov cocktails. Condemning the police action, PTI chief Imran Khan said the police led the attack on my house in Zaman Park where Bushra Begum was alone. “Under what law are they doing this?” he asked. Reportedly, Khan insisted that it was part of the “London plan” where fugitive Nawaz Sharif was given power in exchange for agreeing to an appointment. A commitment was made to bring