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Court Halts Operation to Arrest Pakistan’s Former Prime Minister

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A court in the Pakistan has halted of a two-day operation to arrest former Prime Minister Imran Khan until Thursday.

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, PTI had petitioned the Islamabad High Court, seeking the cancellation of the non-bail able arrest warrant.

The court dismissed the plea, asking Khan to submit an undertaking to a lower court that he would appear before it on March 18.

Security forces first attempted to take the leader of the party into custody on Tuesday after an Islamabad court issued an arrest warrant to ensure his attendance in court by March 18.

Written by: Helen Obih

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