The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has submitted a charge sheet in the cipher case against Imran Khan and Shah Mahmood Qureshi, both from the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party. The charge sheet states that Imran and Qureshi have been found guilty and requests the court to conduct their trial and give them a sentence. The FIA claims that the former Prime Minister had a copy of the cipher but did not return it. Last week, the Islamabad High Court asked the FIA to file a plea if they wanted the court proceedings in the cipher case to be private. The FIA had requested an in-camera hearing, citing sensitive documents and information. The cipher case is related to the alleged misuse of diplomatic cipher contents and Imran had used this as evidence of an attempt to remove his government when Qureshi was the foreign minister. Imran Khan is currently in Attock Jail while Shah Mahmood Qureshi is in Adiala Jail in connection to the case. On September 5, the court ruled that Imran should be transferred from Attock Jail to Adiala Jail, questioning why he had been kept at Attock Jail until now. The court also requested a response about shifting Imran to Adiala Jail.
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