Court reserves decision on bail of former Pakistan PM Imran Khan, know what is the matter


former prime minister of pakistan Imran Khan The Lahore High Court (LHC) has reserved its decision on the bail plea in the terrorism cases registered against him. It is known that after his arrest in the Al-Qadir Trust corruption case, large scale violence was done by his supporters.

Imran Khan’s wife Bushra Bibi has already got bail

The High Court has granted anticipatory bail to Imran Khan’s wife Bushra Bibi in the Al-Qadir Trust case till May 23. Bushra appeared before the Lahore High Court for the first time for anticipatory bail in the Bibi Al-Qadir Trust case. Khan and Bushra Bibi reached the LHC amid tight security and were not accompanied by party workers. Before boarding the bomb and bulletproof vehicle, she was covered with a white sheet, so that Bushra Bibi could perform her ‘Parda’.

A case was registered against Imran Khan and his supporters for inciting violence.

Significantly, after the May 9 violence Imran Khan A case of terrorism was registered against him. Justice Safdar Salim Shahid had fixed the date of May 16 for hearing on Imran Khan’s petition. In which after the hearing, the High Court reserved its decision.

Demand to hang Pakistan’s former PM Imran Khan openly, preparing to remove the judge who released

More than 100 cases registered against Imran Khan

There are more than 100 cases registered against former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, while Bushra is named in two cases – Toshakhana and Al Qadir Trust case.

Imran Khan made a serious allegation by tweeting

Imran Khan said in a tweet that they (the government and the military establishment) have conspired to arrest his wife to humiliate him. He claimed that the government intended to keep him in jail for 10 years in the sedition case. There are reports that Khan may be booked under the Army Act for inciting attacks on military installations.

Imran Khan has already got bail in 6 cases

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief was granted interim bail in six cases registered for setting fire to the Corps Commander’s Lahore house and other incidents of violence following his arrest last week. Fearing re-arrest despite being granted bail, Imran Khan returned to his home in Lahore on Saturday after locking himself inside the Islamabad High Court (IHC) premises for hours. The IHC granted bail to 70-year-old Khan while staying his arrest in all cases registered against him after May 9 and asked him to approach the Lahore High Court on May 15 for further relief.

Violence broke out in Pakistan after Imran Khan’s arrest, many buildings were set on fire

Significantly, Imran Khan was arrested by Pakistani Rangers from the Islamabad High Court premises. After which violence broke out across the country. The supporters had set fire to the ‘Corps Commander House’. Apart from this, government buildings and military installations were also attacked. Khan and his aide Shah Mehmood Qureshi and others have been booked under murder, terrorism and 20 other heinous offenses for last Tuesday’s attack on ‘Jinnah House’, the home of a senior army commander in Lahore Cantonment.

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