Imran Khan owns Thuraya phone recovered from Shahbaz Gill
Imran Khan hid important contacts he made thru Thuraya phone: Islamabad court orders partial return of Shahbaz Gill’s items
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A Thuraya cell phone, that had been recovered from Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Shahbaz Gill, turned out to be former premier Imran Khan’s, 24NewsHD TV channel Thursday reported citing informed sources.
During a raid on the apartment of PTI leader Shahbaz Gill in Parliament Lodges, many things under his use had been confiscated and inspected in detail.
It was found out during the inspection that the cell phone that was under his use was actually Imran Khan’s. It was an US made Thuraya cell phone, and its registration was also listed in the US.
It was also revealed that the Thuraya cell phone was used to connect with foreign and important contacts.
The mystery of hiding international contacts in Thuraya phone has been solved, and the investigation agencies have also found evidence for Thuraya remaining in use of Imran Khan.
Many questions have been raised on Imran Khan for making international contacts through Thuraya phone. It was revealed that Imran Khan hid important contacts he had made through Thuraya from the national security.
During the raid on the apartment of Shahbaz Gill in Parliament Lodges, his credit cards of international foreign banks had also been recovered through which he used to transfer funds.
An illegal US-made weapon had also been recovered during the raid, and Shahbaz Gill is yet to provide any justification for possessing the illegal weapon.
Meanwhile, Additional District and Sessions Judge Tahir Abbas Sipra heard seditious case against Shahbaz Gill and ordered the return of his ID card, glasses, ATM and other items of daily use.
Ali Bukhari and Special Prosecutor Rizwan Abbasi had appeared in the court in Islamabad on behalf of Shahbaz Gill.
Among the 21 items that had been confiscated during the raid, the court ordered the return of some of them.
“The police have been empowered to hold the doubtful items for investigation,” the court said and adjourned further hearing of the case till October 11 next.
Reporter: Ehtisham Kiyani