An Islamabad district and sessions court on Saturday declared a criminal complaint against former premier Imran Khan for concealing details of Toshakana gifts to be maintainable.Additional Sessions Judge Humayun Dilawar announced the verdict that was reserved earlier as he heard the PTI chief’s plea challenging the maintainability of the said complaint sent to the trial court by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP). The case accused him of concealing details of state gifts.Setting July 12 as the date for the next hearing, the court has summoned the witnesses for testimony that day, which will initiate the trial proceedings against the former premier.Earlier this week, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) had overturned the ruling of a sessions court wherein it had rejected the PTI chief’s petition to declare the Toshkhana case inadmissible.
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