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PTI chief faces disqualification in LHC

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Today, a panel of judges from the Islamabad High Court will listen to a petition against the head of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan. The petitioner, Sajid Mahmood, is calling for Khan’s removal as a lawmaker on the grounds that he “concealed” the existence of his alleged daughter, Tyrian, in his official documents.

A three-judge bench, led by Chief Justice of the Islamabad High Court, Aamir Farooq, and accompanied by Justices Mohsin Akhtar Kiyani and Arbab Muhammad, will preside over the hearing.

Mahmood’s lawsuit claims that Khan failed to mention Tyrian, who resides in the UK, in his nomination papers and affidavit. The petitioner alleges that Khan made arrangements for Tyrian’s guardianship but deliberately kept the information about her a secret.

The hearing is set to examine whether Khan breached any ethical or legal norms by not disclosing the information about Tyrian in his official documents. The outcome of the hearing will have significant consequences for Khan’s political future and could potentially impact the PTI party as a whole.

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