ISLAMABAD (AP) — A noticeable Pakistani television broadcaster known for openly supporting previous State head Imran Khan was captured Tuesday on the edges of the capital, his partners said.
It was hazy on what charges police captured Imran Riaz Khan, who isn’t connected with the ex-head.
The capture of the television columnist comes a long time after a court in Islamabad requested police not to capture him and a few different writers after grievances were stopped blaming them for prompting disdain against the military.
There was no quick remark from the public authority.
Khan, the previous chief, took to Twitter to denounce the capture of the telecaster.
Khan was expelled as head of the state through a no-certainty vote in the parliament in April. He fights his expulsion was essential for a U.S. plot, a charge Washington denies.