Judges should ‘accord Imran Khan respect’: Fawad Chaudhry
PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry has expressed his displeasure over the alleged inappropriate behavior of party chairman Imran Khan, saying “judges should respect him”.
His remarks came on the eve of the Islamabad High Court’s verdict in a case filed against Khan for allegedly making insulting remarks against Additional District and Sessions Judge Zeba Chaudhry.
The judge granted the two-day physical remand of Shahbaz Gul, Khan’s chief of staff, who is facing a mutiny case of his own after his remarks on a private TV news channel sparked a mutiny within the Pakistan Army.
Khan said at a public rally at Islamabad’s F-9 Park on August 20 that the judge should “prepare himself” as action would be taken against him.
However, as the High Court today, it dodged a bullet It has been decided not to proceed with contempt of court. After Khan said he was ready to apologize to the judge.
In an interview to Raftar, an online news platform yesterday, when asked what he expected the outcome to be and whether Khan should apologise, he said: “He should go ahead and apologise. Can, what difference does it make?”
He added that he thought Khan should take a stand instead of “someone or the other standing there”. “This is a matter between the court and the court. [petitioner]He added:[But] They are not listening to him.”
The former information minister said he had advised his party chairman as much to be heard in court “tens of times”.
“I believe that when Allah Ta’ala has given someone the respect that Imran Khan has, it is everyone’s duty to respect him. Imran Khan is the leader of millions of people right now, and the judges should also respect him. should do.
“They should not do these things, like not letting his security personnel go with them. These are small things. Imran Khan is the greatest leader of Pakistan. He should be respected,” he said.
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