The Al-Qadir Trust case against Imran Khan pertains to land allegedly belonging to the trust which was allegedly taken over by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government during Imran Khan’s tenure as the chief minister of the province. The case was filed in the Peshawar High Court by a petitioner who claimed to be a member of the Al-Qadir Trust.
The petitioner alleged that the land was illegally taken over by the KP government without the consent of the trust and that Imran Khan was responsible for the takeover. The petitioner also claimed that the land was worth billions of rupees and that the trust suffered financial losses as a result of the takeover.
Imran Khan and his lawyers have denied the allegations and argued that the land was legally acquired by the KP government for the construction of a hospital. They also argued that Imran Khan had no personal interest in the matter and that the decision to acquire the land was made by the provincial government.
The case has been ongoing since 2017, with both sides presenting their arguments and evidence. The court has yet to issue a final verdict on the matter. Today Rangers arrested Former Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad.