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1992 World Cup winning captain Imran Khan jailed for 10 years regarding Cipher case

1992 World Cup winner Imran Khan has been jailed for leaking state documents

Imran Khan (Image Credit: Twitter)

1992 World Cup winner Imran Khan has been jailed for leaking state documents. As per the nation’s Official Secrets Act, he violated the rules by making a diplomatic cable public when he was in power. A special court judge Abual Hasnat Muhammad Zulqarnain has ordered the former Pakistan skipper to a rigorous punishment. His former foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi also convicted with the same term.

In a statement by his political party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has said that the party will challenge this decision.

“Pakistan stands with Imran Khan and Shah Mehmood Qureshi, who defended Pakistan and stood for Haqeeqi Azadi. No such sham trial can change what happened in March- April 2022, on the orders of Donald Lu,” the PTI wrote on X (formally Twitter)

The PTI added that it was a “complete mockery and disregard of law in the cypher case”, urging people to vote in the February 8 general elections

“InshAllah Kaptaan and Vice Kaptaan will be back soon, and this sentence will be in adustbin in theappeal stage,” it added.

This is not a trail but a fixed match: Imran Khan

Taking to social media platform X, Imran Khan said, “This is not a trial but a fixed match whose outcome was predetermined by the characters and planners of the London Plan and their seals. That is why I already know the decision of this case.”

He added, “Remember that Cipher is a case which has been declared null and void twice by the Islamabad High Court and ordered to be re-tried because both times the case was tried to be run in violation of the constitution and the law. Then the Supreme Court has also given me bail in this case because the whole building of this case has been built on lies, bullying, conspiracy and deceit.”

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