Lahore High Court grants Imran Khan protective bail in nine cases


LAHORE: The Lahore Excessive Courtroom (LHC) on Friday authorised protecting bail of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan in eight terrorism circumstances and one civil case — a complete of 9 — after he appeared earlier than the court docket in individual, the media reported.

The PTI chief had approached the LHC earlier within the day to hunt protecting bail in 9 circumstances. 5 of these circumstances are registered in Islamabad and 4 in Lahore, Geo News reported.

A two-member bench comprising Justice Tariq Saleem Sheikh and Justice Farooq Haider performed the listening to on bail pleas filed in opposition to the circumstances which can be lodged underneath terrorism sections.

For the 5 circumstances in Islamabad, the court docket granted bail to the PTI chief until March 24 and for the three circumstances in Lahore, Khan acquired bail for 10 days (March 27), Geo News reported.

Justice Sheikh additionally heard the bail pleas that Khan filed in opposition to the civil circumstances registered in opposition to him, during which he authorised the PTI chief’s protecting bail until March 27.

The excessive court docket has additionally granted police entry to Zaman Park for investigating the incidents that transpired on March 14 and March 15 — when clashes left a number of injured.

The court docket additionally wrapped up Fawad’s plea in opposition to the operation at Zaman Park and ordered the celebration to make sure it cooperates with the authorities, Geo News reported.

Tons of of PTI supporters accompanied Khan when he visited the excessive court docket, whereas authorities had additionally allowed his bullet-proof car to enter the court docket premises.

At Khan’s Zaman Park residence — which turned a battleground lately — employees shielded the celebration chairman’s house to thwart his attainable arrest. Later, the state of affairs was calm because the Islamabad Excessive Courtroom restricted police from arresting him within the Toshakhana case, Geo News reported.

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