PTI Founder Set to Be Released in Less Than 10 Days!

News Desk1 week ago

The PTI leader praised the Islamabad High Court’s (IHC) ruling in a statement, granting PTI founder Imran Khan’s request for bail in the 190 million pound corruption case.

Latif Khosa declared, “No legal case was registered against PTI founder Imran Khan,” adding that he would be out of jail in ten days.

Following the conclusion of the proceedings, a two-member bench made up of Justice Tariq Mehmood Jahangiri and IHC CJ Aamer Farooq reserved the decision one day ago.

The PTI founder must be released by the authorities in exchange for a Rs. 1 million surety bail, according to a brief ruling made by the IHC today.

Imran Khan will remain incarcerated, nevertheless, as the PTI founder is presently on trial in connection with the Cipher and Nikkah cases.

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Khosa claims that former prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was hung at Raja Bazar, Rawalpindi, for waving a cipher. Forty-five years later, the court declared today that the execution was illegal.

Imran Khan, his wife, and other individuals are the subject of an inquiry by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) into the purported acquisition of hundreds of canals of land under the name of Al Qadir University Trust, which is said to have cost the national exchequer 190 million pounds.

The former prime minister and other accused parties are accused of manipulating Rs50 billion, or 190 million pounds at the time, that was provided to the government by the British National Crime Agency (NCA).

The PTI chief registered Trust for Al-Qadir University Project on Dec 26, 2019.

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