Imran Khan offers to withdraw his words in comtempt case
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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan Tuesday submitted a reply to the Islamabad High Court's show-cause notice in the contempt of court case, reported 24 News HD TV Channel.
In his reply submitted to the court, Imran Khan has refused to apologize and offered to withdraw his words.
Imran Khan's reply was submitted by Advocate Hamid Khan. In the reply, it was stated that Imran Khan does not believe in suppressing the feelings of the judges, he is ready to withdraw the words if they were inappropriate, the court should examine Imran Khan's speech with context. He also appealed to Islamabad High Court for termination of terrorism case.
It is pertinent that Imran Khan had threatened a female judge while addressing a public meeting. A case of contempt was registered against him, when the court asked for a reply, Khan offered to withdraw the words. He said that he does not believe in hurting the feelings of the judges.
This is not the first time that Imran Khan used wrong language or made accusations against the judiciary. After losing in the elections of 2013, he blamed the judiciary for not favoring his stance.
Imran Khan also used insulting language against the Election Commission in his rallies.
The Islamabad High Court has personally summoned Imran Khan on August 31 tomorrow for contempt of court.