Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has written a letter to the Chief Justice of Pakistan on the basis of security concerns and requested him to be a part of the court proceedings through a video link.
In the letter written on Sunday, he said that there are instances where attendance in the court is ensured through video link if there is a security threat. Considering the danger to my life, the presence in the court through video link should be allowed.’
Earlier, PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Asad Umar wrote a joint letter to the Chief Justice of Pakistan.
Addressing the party workers at Zaman Park on Sunday, Imran Khan said that ‘I will write a letter to the Chief Justice, I am being called to the courts in funny cases.’
He said that ‘there is a demonstration in front of the Election Commission, I am sitting at home and there is a case against me. Those who have committed robbery have had their cases forgiven at Tosha Khana. The nation should know what a joke is going on.’
Imran Khan said that there is no security in the courts. I know they want to lead me astray. Protocols are being given to the one who was on bail. I am writing a letter to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. I am saying that my life is in danger. Said before.’