Imran Khan, who served as both Prime Minister of Pakistan and Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), has once more admitted that he misplaced the cypher and acknowledged that he is unable to recall its current location.
FIA interrogation of the suspect:
Imran Khan was questioned by a team consisting of three people from the Cybercrime Circle of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA). The team was led by the Deputy Director of the FIA, Ayyaz Khan, and they inquired about the missing cypher that was located in Attock Jail.
Interactions Based on Mutual Aid:
Imran Khan showed patience and cooperation with the FIA team while they questioned him throughout the questioning. He also answered their questions thoroughly.
Denying the Connection to the Cypher:
Imran Khan rejected the notion that the piece of paper he waved about during a public event was the cypher. He specified that the documents in question were in fact minutes from cabinet meetings and maintained his authority as a previous prime minister to be in possession of such records.
The investigation, as well as the meetings:
According to information obtained from reliable sources, the inquiry into the mystery surrounding the cypher should be wrapped up within the next week, after which a challan will be filed in court. It is expected that individuals who have been participating in the inquiry will get together to discuss their findings in order to reach a conclusion.
Legal Strategies for Posting Bail:
Through his attorney, Salman Safdar, Imran Khan filed an appeal with the Islamabad High Court (IHC) challenging the court’s decision to deny nine bail applications. The applications concern situations that involve events like rioting, attacks on the Judicial Complex, and bogus accounts.
In an Attempt to Have Rejections Overruled:
the petitions that were handed in to the IHC, Imran Khan’s legal team asked the court to overturn the judgements that had previously denied its clients’ bail requests. In addition to this, the attorney requested that the IHC provide direction to the trial courts so that they may reassess the cases based on the evidence presented and prevent the police from detaining Imran Khan in connection with these matters.
Attempts to Bring About a Change in Jurisdiction:
Prior to this, Imran Khan had submitted a plea to the Supreme Court under Article 186-A, asking for the transfer of his cases from the Islamabad High Court (IHC) to either the Lahore or Peshawar high courts.
Untrue Claims Made During the Campaign:
The Federal Investigation Agency’s Cybercrime Circle has opened an investigation into numerous senior members of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), including Hammad Azhar, Musarrat Jamshed Cheema, Qasim Suri, Omer Sarfraz Cheema, Azam Swati, Ali Zaidi, and Fawad Chaudhry. The case centres on allegations of fake campaigns waged against state entities on various social media platforms. Independent investigations were carried out by the FIA, which ultimately resulted in the case being registered on the basis of solid evidence.