Former Pak PM Imran Khan Granted Bail In Incitement To Violence Case Till May 23
An anti-terrorism court has granted bail to former Pakistan PM Imran Khan in an incitement to violence case till May 23.
Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan
ND24 Web Desk | Published : 2023-05-12
An anti-terrorism court on Friday, May 12, has granted bail to former Pakistan PM Imran Khan in an incitement to violence case till May 23. The case was registered at Ramna police station.
Two terrorism cases were filed at Islamabad’s Ramna police station, one stating that Khan had led a mob to the Federal Judicial Complex (FJC) and the other alleging the same regarding the IHC.
Khan was booked in two more terrorism cases by the counter-terrorism department’s police station and Golra police station for allegedly attacking police and causing unrest outside the court.
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