I regret over my words , I can not even think of threatening female judge: Imran Khan submits reply in judge threatening case

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PTI chairman Imran Khan has expressed deep regret over his threatening remarks against female judge Zeba Chaudhry in his written reply filed in Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Wednesday.
He said in his written reply submitted by him on Wednesday that his remarks were unintentional. He had no intention to hurl threat on female judge as he could not even think to do so. “ I have always expressed my opinion based on respect for the institutions. I assure I respect the court and the judges.

He regretted over his remarks and his reaction in public meeting.

Imran Khan submitted new written reply containing 19 pages under the orders of IHC. He filed his supplementary reply in the court in response to show cause notice.

Citing to the words used by him against the female judge in public meeting Imran Khan said his remarks were unintentional . I express deep regret over these words, he added.

Imran Khan further said in his reply that it is encouraging that he was given opportunity to present his stance. I have always expressed my opinion based on the respect for the institutions. I assure that I respect the court and the judges. Judges remain always busy in administering justice to the common man. My objective was not hurting female judge. I have enormous respect for high court and its subordinate courts. My aim was not to hurt the sentiments of the female judge. I regret over the words uttered by me unintentionally in public rally. I can not even think of threatening female judge, he added.