Vandalism throughout Azadi March: Imran Khan granted bail until July 6

PTI Chairman Imran Khan. -APP/file

ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister Imran Khan was granted bail on Friday in 10 circumstances registered towards him for vandalism and arson throughout the get together’s ‘Azadi March’ final month.

The PTI chairman had approached the court docket looking for bail in circumstances filed at completely different police stations within the federal capital.

Earlier this month, he was granted pre-arrest bail until June 25 in circumstances registered towards him by the Peshawar Excessive Courtroom (PHC).

PHC Chief Justice Qaiser Rasheed Khan, after listening to the arguments of the petitioner’s lawyer Babar Awan, accepted Imran Khan’s petition and permitted his pre-arrest bail towards a surety bond of Rs50,000.

The orders had been forwarded to the extra periods choose Islamabad and he was instructed to look earlier than the Islamabad periods court docket earlier than June 25.

Forward of Imran Khan’s arrival on the court docket right this moment, strict safety preparations had been made the place he appeared alongside together with his counsel Babar Awan. Periods Decide Kamran Basharat Mufti heard the bail plea.

Accepting his plea, the court docket granted bail to Imran Khan on Rs5,000 surety bonds every until July 6 and directed police to current all of the related document on the subsequent listening to.

The circumstances had been filed towards the PTI chief at Aapbara, I-9, Kohsar, Karachi Firm, Golra, Tarnol and Secretariat police stations.

PTI leaders had been booked in circumstances for vandalism throughout the ‘Azadi March’ final month that ended abruptly following violent clashes between the police and get together supporters on Could 25, within the aftermath of which a number of policemen misplaced their lives.

Imran Khan introduced an finish to the march to Islamabad on Could 26.

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