The details of a report submitted to the Supreme Court (SC) regarding the facilities available in Attock Jail to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, who was arrested after his conviction in the Toshakhana case, have come to light.
On the orders of the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Umar Atta Bandial, the Attorney General submitted a report to the apex court regarding the facilities provided to the PTI Chairman in jail.
The report states that Chairman PTI has been kept in the most secure high observation block in Attock Jail and the adjoining barracks of Chairman PTI have also been kept vacant.
Chairman PTI is kept in a barrack measuring 9 by 11, the wall of the washroom of Chairman PTI is 6 feet high and the size of the washroom is 7 by 4. The walls of Khan’s washroom have also been plastered and distempered.
The report states that being a prisoner of a better class, Chairman PTI has also been given the facility of mattress, air cooler, four pillows, a table and a chair. Apart from this, Imran Khan has also been provided with four English translations of the Holy Quran and 25 historical books.
The Attorney General’s report states that Khan has been provided with a 21-inch TV and a daily newspaper; he is also provided with staff for the check-in barracks, washrooms and cleaning of clothes, and additional 54 officers have been assigned duty in jail for his security.
The report states that according to the law, the prisoner’s family can meet for two to three hours on Tuesday, while the prisoner’s lawyers can meet for two to three hours on Wednesday. Khan’s wife and lawyers have met him three times. Chairman PTI is examined by a team of five doctors.
It also states that Imran Khan is served desi chicken cooked in desi ghee on his request and is also provided mutton prepared in desi ghee.
The PTI chief has been provided better class facilities in jail, the report stated, adding that the suspect has been given all the facilities according to the jail manual, rules and law.
Imran Khan is allowed to walk in the corridor in front of the jail, as per the report.