ISLAMABAD- Three more case have been registered against PTI chairman Imran Khan and PAT chief Dr. Tahirul Qadri over alleged violence in anti-government protests led by the two opposition politicians.

Sources said the cases registered at Islamabad’s Kohsar police station included charges of attack and stone-pelting at Supreme Court judge, Justice Saqib Nisar. Today, the federal government registered mutiny case against PTI and PAT leaders in Pakistan Secretariat Police Station. Several sections and clauses including section 124-A pertaining to mutiny were included in the FIR.

Both Khan and Qadri were charged with incitement to violence, attempted murder, robbery and interfering in the affairs of the state. Sheikh Rashid and other leaders were also nominated in the case.