In a significant development in the case involving Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan under the Official Secrets Act 1923, the Official Secrets Act Court on Thursday accepted Khan's request to meet with his legal team and doctors.
The decision came after a petition was filed on behalf of the PTI chairman by his attorney, Naeem Haider Panjutha
Judge Abual Hasnat Muhammad Zulqarnain granted permission for Imran Khan to consult with his legal representatives, including prominent lawyers Latif Khosa, Sameer Khosa, and Salman Akram.
Additionally, the court approved Khan's request to meet with Dr. Asim Yusuf, a medical professional.
The court had previously allowed Imran Khan to communicate with his sons via telephone while in detention.
Official Secrets Act, 1923 is Pakistan's Anti-Espionage Act and was enacted to consolidate and amend the laws relating to official secrets in the country.