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PTI Founder Cleared of Vandalism Charges: Legal Victories Amid Ongoing Legal Battles

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In a significant development, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founder has been acquitted in two vandalism cases by the District and Sessions court in Islamabad, according to reports by ARY News. The cases, stemming from incidents during the party’s long march in Islamabad and registered at Loohi Bheer and Sahala police stations, have now concluded with the PTI founder’s exoneration.

The acquittal adds to a series of legal victories for the PTI leader, who has been facing a barrage of legal challenges since his removal from office. Currently incarcerated in Adiala Jail due to convictions in other cases, the PTI founder’s legal battles continue, with more than 100 cases against him.

Earlier, the District and Session Court also cleared other prominent figures associated with the PTI, including Asad Umar and Faisal Javed Khan, in a separate protest and vandalism case. This decision further strengthens the legal stance of the accused, highlighting the inefficacy of additional trials and underscoring the need to avoid wasting judicial resources.

While legal battles persist, these recent acquittals provide a respite for the PTI founder amidst ongoing legal scrutiny, showcasing moments of legal relief amid a turbulent legal landscape.

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