Police arrive to arrest ex-PM Imran Khan

Police say they are at Imran Khan’s house in Lahore to hand over two arrest warrants alleging corruption and “terrorism”.
Officers fire tear gas and water cannon as hundreds of Khan’s supporters gather outside his residence.Court schedules depository case hearing for March 15
Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party has challenged the issuance of an arrest warrant against Khan in the gift depository case. The party’s plea to hear the case on Tuesday was rejected, and the hearing has now been scheduled for Wednesday.

Punjab police provide full support to Islamabad forces to arrest Khan
Amir Mir, Punjab regional government’s Interim Information Minister, has confirmed to Al Jazeera that Punjab police are assisting the Islamabad police to fulfill the arrest warrant issued for Imran Khan.

“Punjab police are right now helping out Islamabad police to implement the court orders,” he said.Khan calls on his supporters to keep fighting ‘for real freedom’
Khan has posted a video message on Twitter saying his supporters should fight for their rights – “for real freedom” – if he is arrested.

“Police are here to send me to jail,” he said in the video. “They think if Imran Khan goes to jail, this nation will go to sleep. You have to prove them wrong.”

“[If] something happens to me, if they send me to jail or if I am killed, you have to show you can fight without me as well,” he said.‘Has democracy been suspended?’: PTI shows video with tear gas
Khan’s Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party has posted a video that shows the aftermath of tear gas launched by police at the former prime minister’s residence in Lahore.

“Has democracy been suspended in the country?” reads a tweet from the party’s account.Tear gas, water cannon outside Khan’s residence
Clashes have erupted between the Pakistani police and supporters of former Prime Minister Imran Khan ahead of his possible arrest in the eastern city of Lahore.

Police fired tear gas and water cannon as hundreds of members and supporters of Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party gathered outside his Zaman Park residence.

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