The Islamabad High Court (IHC) will hear the daughter concealment case with a larger bench.

The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday formed a larger bench to hear former prime minister Imran Khan’s petition to disqualify his daughter Terrian Jade White for not mentioning her in her nomination papers.

Monday saw former prime minister Imran Khan respond to the Islamabad High Court (IHC).

The petitioner wants Imran Khan disqualified as an MLA under Article 62(1)(f) for lying in his nomination papers.

Sajid Mehmood filed a petition against Prime Minister Imran Khan for not including his daughter in the nomination papers. IHC Chief Justice Aamer Farooq heard the petition.

Sajid Mehmood’s lawyer, Salman Butt, appeared in the High Court while Imran Khan’s lawyer, Salman Akram Raja, was busy in the Supreme Court.

Salman Akram Raja’s assistant lawyer said he appeared in Supreme Court bench number one and submitted a written reply.

The Election Commission denotified Imran Khan, according to Chief Justice Islamabad High Court.

The petition’s 2018 affidavit prompted the court to inquire about Imran Khan’s current situation.

The assistant counsel said the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) disqualified Imran Khan and resigned.

The assistant lawyer said you are a valuable judge, there is no such thing, due to some reasons, there is no hurry in this case, give a date for March.

The Chief Justice told Imran Khan’s lawyers that you have raised objections to the bench, Salman Abuzar Niazi said that you are the best judge, we only put some information in front, and that in 2018, he did not apologise for personal reasons because the petitioner had requested a specific bench.

If you object, Justice Aamer Farooq will reconstitute the bench and present this matter to the larger bench.

Chief Justice Islamabad High Court (IHC) adjourned the case to February 9.

Petitioner claims,

Imran Khan sponsored Terrian White in the UK but did not mention it in his nomination papers or election affidavit.

Former Attorney General Salman Aslam Butt, who represented the petitioner, submitted Jemima Khan’s 2004 declaration.

“I support Terrian Jade Khan White’s request that Caroline White (sister of Terrian’s mother Anna Louisa Sita White) be appointed Terrian’s guardian,” it said.

Jemima Khan refused to mentor Terrien Jade and suggested Caroline White’s patronage because she thought it was best for Terrian.

Lord Gordon White, who ran Hanson plc’s U.S. branch, was Sita White’s father.

Sajid Mehmood claimed that the PTI chairman did not marry Sita White because his “racist” father had categorically told the respondent (Imran Khan) that they would not get a penny from his wealth if he married her.

After this, Imran Khan met Jemima, another rich woman, and married her quickly.

The petition mentioned Jemima’s custody of Terrian Jade.

Anna Lucia White’s will of February 27, 2004, named Jemima Khan as Terrian Jade Khan White’s guardian. Sita White died on May 13, 2004.

The petition claimed Imran Khan married Jemima Goldsmith from 1995 to 2004.

The petition claimed that a California court ruling that Imran Khan is Terrian Jade’s father confirmed the hidden facts.

When asked to take a blood test, Imran Khan withdrew from the case through his attorney.

When Sita White’s sister Caroline White requested Terrien’s guardianship, she submitted a declaration, according to the petition.