Imran Khan appeared in Islamabad High Court, decision reserved on bail applications

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The Islamabad High Court has reserved judgment on the bail applications of Imran Khan in 7 cases.


Chairman Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan appeared in Islamabad High Court, strict security arrangements were made on this occasion.

A two-member bench headed by Chief Justice Amir Farooq heard the bail pleas in the cases against Imran Khan in which Imran Khan’s lawyer Barrister Salman Sadar argued.

Salman Safdar said that 140 cases have been registered till date, according to the knowledge of the petitioner, he has taken bail in all the cases that he is aware of, in the 7 cases that are going on, he did not want to come directly to the High Court, the judicial complex did not want to go to the bail. They went to take it, but there was a situation of public order.

During the hearing, the Chief Justice said that we had said that we will give protection to approach the concerned court, you have not even joined the investigation yet, you were assured from the first date that we will only give protection.

 Lawyer Safadi Salman Safdar said that Imran Khan is ready to record his statement in 7 cases, on this Justice Amir Farooq said that your client is present in Islamabad, investigation officers are also here, record his statement today. The statement will not be as you hand over a paper, follow the procedure of recording the statement to the police.

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The Chief Justice said that we want to give you relief, if you don’t want to take it, it’s your choice.


Later, the bench comprising Chief Justice Islamabad Aamir Farooq and Mian Gul Hasan Aurangzeb got up and went into the judges’ chamber.


The court reserved the decision on bail applications against Imran Khan in 7 cases of terrorism.




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