Pakistan Imran Khan Video Conference; Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal Bail | India Election | Imran said- Kejriwal got bail before elections in India: I was kept in jail, unspoken martial law is in force in Pakistan

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Imran Khan joined the Supreme Court on June 6 via video conference. - Dainik Bhaskar

Imran Khan joined the Supreme Court through video conference on June 6.

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan appeared in the Supreme Court on Thursday through video conferencing. During this, he alleged that undeclared martial law is in force in Pakistan. During the hearing, Khan said, “Five days before the general elections in the country, I was convicted in different cases so that I stay away from the elections.”

During this, Imran also gave the example of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. He said, “Kejriwal was also given bail for campaigning during elections in India.”

Imran also expressed displeasure over the Supreme Court's decision in which the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government's demand for live streaming of his hearing was rejected by the court.

On May 16, Imran Khan appeared via video conference.

On May 16, Imran Khan appeared via video conference.

Imran said- I was framed in the Toshakhana case
Imran said that he has been framed in the Toshakhana case. He said that in this case the Supreme Court should appoint a new chairman of NAB. Imran said that when the government and the opposition are unable to reach a consensus on appointing the chairman of NAB, then the third umpire should take a decision on this.

The court asked Imran if he did not trust NAB. To this Imran said that after what NAB did to him in the 5 days before the elections, can he trust it? I am still facing investigation by NAB and NAB needs reforms right now.

Imran Khan was arrested shortly after the sentencing by the Islamabad court last year.

Imran Khan was arrested shortly after the sentencing by the Islamabad court last year.

In fact, in 2002, an act was made to reduce the powers of the National Accountability Bureau, the institution that takes action against corruption in Pakistan. Under this, NAB could not investigate those cases in which corruption was less than Rs 50 crore. Also, under this act, the President's powers in the appointment of NAB judges were abolished.

However, last year the Supreme Court declared these changes invalid. Imran Khan's party played an important role in getting them declared invalid. Soon after the Act was declared invalid, the Shahbaz government filed an appeal against the Supreme Court's decision.

Our government was toppled after NAB amendments
The court asked why did you not oppose the NAB amendments when you were in power? To this Imran said that the circumstances were not like this then and our government was toppled a few days later. I do not want to answer that now.

On this, the Chief Justice of Pakistan said that these matters should be discussed in the Parliament. Now there is a need to move the country forward.

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