Imran granted bail in ‘Azadi march’ vandalism cases


Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Imran Khan used to be granted bail in 10 cases of vandalism associated with the celebration’s ‘Azadi march’ on Saturday through a district and periods courtroom in Islamabad.

Sessions courtroom Judge Kamran Basharat Mufti heard the bail plea for 11 cases of vandalism. Imran’s legal professional, Babar Awan, said that 15 cases of the similar nature were registered towards the PTI supremo, and asked that the courtroom grant him bail.

Imran gave the impression in courtroom and used to be ordered to post surety bonds of Rs5,000 for every of the ten cases after securing bail.

The courtroom additionally licensed the period in-between bail of the PTI leader in regards to the treason case registered towards him in Kohsar police station and summoned the police report for the following listening to.

Earlier this month, native courts of the federal capital prolonged the period in-between bails of Imran until July 21 in more than a few cases.

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Last month, the previous high minister confronted a identical listening to in an Islamabad district and periods courtroom, which granted him bail in 10 vandalism cases and ordered him to post bonds price Rs 5,000.

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