Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has filed an appeal with the Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday, asking that party Chairman Imran Khan be transferred to Adiala Jail for A-class facilities.

According to the petition, “Since childhood, the petitioner is from an affluent family, and later, due to his education, habits, and social and political status in the society, has got accustomed to a better mode of life. He is a graduate of Oxford University, UK, and the captain of Pakistan national Cricket”.

After a district and sessions court found Imran guilty in the Tosha Khana case on August 5, he was arrested on the same day and taken to Attock Jail.


Judge Humayun Dilawar sentenced Imran Khan to three years imprisonment and fined him one lac rupees. According to the judgement, “Charges of misdeclaration of assets have been proven against the PTI chairman”.

Imran Khan’s lawyer, Naeem Haider Panjotha, filed a petition today to transfer Imran Khan to Adiala Jail. It was also mentioned in the appeal that Imran Khan is living in a “small cell of 9 x 11 feet” in Attock Jail.

A-class prisoners get a 21-inch television, a table and two chairs, a mattress, personal bedding and clothing, while all meals are provided for. However , the prisoner needs to pay for all this. The government is only responsible for giving them security in a high-security ward.

A-class inmates are kept separate from ordinary prisoners but it is not the same in the case of B-class prisoners.

Attock district jail has multiple facilities for the prisoners. Prisoners can play Luddo and Carrom board. There is a rehabilitation center in the jail.
One medical officer and a women medical officer are also available for medical treatment, if needed.