Pakistani court convicts Imran Khan in Toshakhana corruption case – Times of India

Islamabad: A Pakistani court on Wednesday convicted Imran Khan In Toshakhana corruption caseFresh trouble for the former prime minister who was arrested by paramilitary rangers a day earlier from the Islamabad High Court complex.
Khan, 70, has been in the dock for buying gifts, including an expensive Graff wristwatch received as a premiere at a discounted price from a state depository called Toshakhana, and selling them for profit.
Established in 1974, Toshakhana is a department under the administrative control of the Cabinet Division and stores precious gifts given to rulers, parliamentarians, bureaucrats and officials by other governments and heads of state and foreign dignitaries.
On Wednesday the chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was accused of Toshakhana case,
Khan was present in the District and Sessions Court where Judge Humayun Dilawar conducted the hearing.
The case was filed by the Election Commission of Pakistan last year and Khan had missed several hearings in the past months.