Pakistan’s police have registered a terrorism case against Imran Khan and over a dozen Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders after accusing them of vandalism, attacking security personnel and creating unrest outside the Islamabad judicial complex ahead of a court hearing. Clashes erupted when the PTI workers attempted to attend a hearing in a graft case involving ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Over 25 security personnel were injured. The case has been registered against arrested PTI workers and wanted party leaders. The PTI chief, Khan, appeared before the Lahore High Court on Friday and assured he was ready to present himself on Saturday before a district and sessions court handling the corruption case against him. The PTI leader has been accused of buying discounted gifts he had received as prime minister at Toshakhana and selling them for profit. The cricketer-turned-politician was disqualified by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in October last year for not sharing details of the sales. It was subsequently revealed that more than 2,500 of the gifted items originally stored in Toshakhana had vanished.
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