'Ye toh retired hurt ho jaayega' - Fans react as former Pakistan cricketer Imran Khan gets arrested from outside Islamabad high court

Former legendary Pakistan captian Imran Khan was arrested by Pakistan police and here is how fans reacted to it.

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Imran Khan (Source - Twitter)

Imran Khan (Source - Twitter)

Pakistan's former Prime Minister Imran Khan was arrested by Pakistani Rangers on Tuesday from outside the Islamabad High Court. Imran's party PTI leader Musarat Cheema tweeted and claimed that they are torturing Imran Khan and also beating him. Imran Khan's lawyer is seen injured in the video tweeted by PTI.


Imran entered politics when he stopped playing cricket and established the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) political party in 1996. From 2002 to 2007, he was a member of the Pakistani National Assembly. From 2013 to 2018, he was elected prime minister of Pakistan before being ousted on April 10, 2022.

Meanwhile, he was arrested in the case of Al Qadir Trust. The Chief Justice of Islamabad High Court has expressed displeasure over the arrest of Imran Khan. He said that the rules of the court have been violated. Imran Khan was arrested just before appearing in the court. Chief Justice has summoned IG Islamabad, Home Secretary in 15 minutes. If IG Islamabad, Home Secretary does not come in 15 minutes, then the Chief Minister will have to come.

Brilliant records by Imran Khan


Imran made his Pakistani debut in 1971 and continued to play for the team until 1992. His ability to swing the ball both ways and his aggressive and attacking style of play made him well-known. He was a capable captain as well, leading the Men in Green to the 1992 Cricket World Cup win. Since then, Pakistan have never won the ODI World Cup but they will have a chance to get their hands on the trophy for the second time this year in India.

However, talking about his overall cricket career, it won't be wrong to say that he is one of the finest cricketer Pakistan have ever produced as he amassed over 3700 runs and 182 wickets in ODIs, as well as about 3800 runs and 362 wickets in Test matches. In his final 10 Test matches, he averaged over 50 with the bat and under 20 with the ball, demonstrating his exceptional effectiveness in the latter stages of his career.

Here's how fans reacted:

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