Imran Khan Arrest Live Updates: Khan, 1500 PTI workers booked for attacking and ransacking army establishments
Violent clashes between Imran Khan’s supporters and security forces have left at least eight people dead and nearly 300 injured following Khan's arrest on Tuesday
Audi Pakistan said in a statement that its showroom in Lahore was subjected to "severe destruction" in the wake of the clashes between police and protesters.
"Due to the escalating violence and unrest in the area, we were unable to prevent the damage inflicted upon our showroom despite our best efforts. The destruction of our showroom is a significant loss for us. We have invested considerable time, resources, and dedication in creating a welcoming and exceptional environment for our customers," read the statement issued by Audi.
PTI supporters held a protest outside Pakistan Embassy in Washington, United States against the former prime minister Imran Khan's arrest. The protesters called for the immediate release of Imran Khan and even raised slogans against Chief Justice and army generals.
Pakistan's Punjab police have booked former prime minister Imran Khan and 1,500 of his party workers for attacking, setting on fire, and looting the Army headquarters in Rawalpindi and Corps Commander's residence in the Cantt area of Lahore.
The PTI chairman, his deputy Shah Mahmood Qureshi and others have been named under murder, terrorism and 20 other heinous offences. The protesters have also been charged with looting valuables worth over 150 million rupees from the Jinnah House. According to the FIR filed on Wednesday, two people were killed in the attack.