Imran Khan

Azadi March destruction of property; Imran Khan bail is affirmed in 10 cases by Islamabad court

Imran Khan had at least 15 cases filed against him in various Islamabad police stations.

ISLAMABAD: Imran Khan, the leader of the PTI, was granted bail in 10 cases involving alleged vandalism during the party’s Azadi March on May 25 by an Islamabad district and sessions court on Saturday.

Following the PTI long march, at least 15 cases against Imran Khan had been filed in various police stations throughout the federal capital.

Imran Khan, a former prime minister, appeared before the session court today because his bail had run out.

Throughout the proceedings, the court upheld Imran Khan’s release on bail in each case in exchange for a 5000 rupee surety bond.

Police must bring information about case no 425 to the upcoming hearing, court order.

Leaders of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) were granted interim bail earlier on July 25 by the anti-terrorism court (ATC) in Lahore in connection with a vandalism case from the Long March on May 25.

The ATC ordered an immediate investigation of the aforementioned accused, during which Zubair Khan Niazi and others’ statements were immediately recorded. The ATC had expressed its displeasure at the lack of investigation involving Zubair Niazi, Sheikh Imtiaz, Mian Akram Usman, and Azeem Afzal.

The court ordered the investigating officer to record the accused’s statements outside of court during the hearing, then adjourned it while calling the accused’s attorneys to the stand for arguments.

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