The Lahore police has said that all the weapons that were recovered by the authorities from Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan’s residence in Zaman Park are “unlicensed and illegal”.
On March 20, Punjab Police raided Khan’s Zaman Park home, taking apart the entrance gate with a crane and entering the house, stating that they had search warrants.
At the time, Khan was on his way to Islamabad to appear before a court in the Toshkhana case. He said that his wife Bushra Bibi was alone at home. The police said at least 13 SMGs, 7 Kalashnikovs, and 340 bullets were recovered from Zaman Park.
Earlier, Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah claimed that police found 16 rifles, arms, bombs and a bomb-making factory in Zaman Park.