Tarar asks Imran to face courts like ordinary citizen.

ISLAMABAD: Law Minister Azam Nazir Tarar asked PTI Chairman Imran Khan to honor his commitments as a political leader and comply with the country's judicial system and face his cases just like any other citizen of the country.

Addressing a press conference in Lahore on Saturday, the minister said the Election Commission of Pakistan sent a disqualification reference against Imran to the sessions court over corrupt practices for allegedly concealing his assets while filing his nomination papers. He said the ECP sent the reference to initiate a trial. Tarar said he felt pained when the Lahore High Court facilitated Imran with a discretionary relief by granting him protective bail in one-go in multiple cases. He said Imran was adamant about not surrendering to the course of law.

He claimed that miscreants disguised as PTI workers attacked public property.

The law minister said a neutral interim Punjab government was forced to take action to clear the "no-go area" at Zaman Park. He claimed locals at Zaman Park were satisfied with the operation, as they were trapped in the...

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