Imran Khan News | Big relief to former PM of Pakistan, Islamabad High Court granted bail

File Photo Islamabad/New Delhi: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan and PTI chief Imran Khan got a big relief on Friday (May 12). After the Supreme Court, he has now got bail from the Islamabad High Court as well. The High Court granted him bail for two weeks in the Al-Qadir Trust case. Imran Khan’s case was heard by a three judge bench. The Islamabad High Court has issued another order regarding this. In this order, the court said that in any case registered after May 9, Imran would not be arrested till May 17. He is being given protective bail. On this, Home Minister Rana Sanaullah told Geo News that no one in the world can get such a facility. Read this also It is noteworthy that, on the previous day, the Supreme Court of Pakistan had termed Imran’s arrest in the Al Qadir Trust scam as illegal and ordered his immediate release. He was told to take bail from the Islamabad High Court on Friday. Imran’s lawyers have filed four additional applications, urging the high court to club all the cases against Imran together and to direct the authorities to provide details of cases registered against him, Dawn News reported. Has been done This is my country and my army: Imran Khan Barely two hours before Khan was granted bail by the High Court, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party chief Khan threatened to spread unrest across the country in case of his re-arrest. Had warned. Claiming that the Punjab Police had reached out to him, Khan said, “I do not want such a situation to arise again as this is my country and my army.”

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