Islamabad – The Islamabad Supreme Court has issued an order that Imran Khan must not be arrested in new cases by May 17. The order follows the registration of three new cases against Imran Khan, including allegedly planning an attack on the corps commander’s residence in Lahore after his arrest on 9 May. It is a thing.
Imran Khan’s legal team filed a bail application in connection with these cases, which was heard by a single judge named Mian Gul Hasan Aurangzeb. After reviewing the arguments, the court ruled in Imran Khan’s favor, noting that no charges should be filed for the incidents that occurred after his initial detention.
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In addition, the Islamabad Supreme Court granted two weeks’ parole to Imran Khan in the Al Qadir Trust case. The two-member court indicated that a decision on whether to grant or deny bail would be made at the next court meeting after hearing further arguments.
The public figure was temporarily relieved by an order not to arrest Imran Khan in new cases until May 17. It remains to be seen how the case will play out in the coming weeks as the court continues to review bail requests and review the allegations against Imran Khan.