The former PM of Pakistan Imran Khan has been granted two weeks pre-arrest bail, in the corruption case. The Supreme Court of Pakistan, which scheduled Imran Khan's recent arrest by the Islamabad Police for review, heard Khan's plea and granted bail. Moreover, the Apex Court bench also termed the Islamabad Police's arrest as illegal, and asked to file a reply. With this, Khan is now safe from arrest.
Courtesy: The Indian Express
After Pakistan Ex-PM Imran Khan, the Islamabad Police also arrested Mehmood Qureshi, the former Foreign Minister. The police cited the provocation of violent protest, disturbing law & order and peace to be reasons for the detention of Qureshi, on May 11. Notably, after the arrest of Imran Khan, his party the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf called for a nationwide protest, against Khan's arrest in corruption charges.
Courtesy: The Press Trust of India
In Pakistan's Lahore, the police entered the residence of former Pakistan Minister Imran Khan. On March 18, the police's intervention at his residence was in the view of Imran Khan's not appearing before the Lahore Court in a pending case. Notably, recently, the PTI leader was issued a non-bailable warrant in a case, where Khan made derogatory remark against a woman judge, at a public event in Islamabad.
Courtesy: The Guardian
Former Pakistan CM Imran Khan has been booked for the threatening judge and senior police officials. On August 20, Khan, the Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaff (PTI) addressed a meeting at F-9 Park, and allegedly threatened a female magistrate and the Islamabad Police, following which a case under Anti-Terrorism Act was registered. Furthermore, the live broadcasting of Imran Khan's speech was also stopped, as confirmed by the local media… read-more
The Islamabad Police is on high alert, after the rumors of the assassination of the former Pakistan PM Imran Khan. Notably, on June 5, Khan is scheduled to visit Gani Bala in Islamabad, following which section 144, restricting gatherings has been imposed. Furthermore, the Pakistan-Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) leaders said, If Imran Khan is attacked it will be an attack on Pakistan, amid his refusal to sell the country, said Faisal Vawda.