Imran Khan’s bail is extended in nine instances with IHC approval.
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan’s bail was extended in nine distinct instances on Thursday by the Islamabad High Court.
On the previous hearing, the former premier appeared before the two-member bench presided over by IHC Chief Justice Aamer Farooq in front of heightened security following a warning that his bail would be revoked for his persistent absence from court.
Imran Khan, who arrived in the federal capital from Lahore this morning to obtain temporary bail, was expected, thus security had been stepped up around the IHC.
To maintain peace and order in the area, a sizable police presence was stationed around the court, along with barbed wire fences and containers.
Unrelated individuals are not permitted inside the IHC, according to the authorities.
The district government has put in place stringent security measures to safeguard Khan’s safety, and only solicitors and media with special passes will be permitted entry inside courtroom No. 1.
In addition, only 10 solicitors from the offices of the attorney general and advocate general will be permitted to attend the hearing. Only 15 solicitors will be permitted to accompany Khan inside the courtroom.
On hearing Khan’s bail requests in two separate cases involving these threats to military personnel, Chief Justice Aamer Farooq noted that the law was very clear and fair to everyone.
No previous exemptions were made Khan missed the court yesterday because of discomfort and swelling in his leg, according to his attorney, Barrister Salman Safdar. The lawyer promised the court that the PTI chairman would arrive at today’s session even if he did so in an ambulance, but after seeing no indulgence by the bench.
Imran Khan showed up in court despite leg discomfort.
While the party leader was travelling to Islamabad, the PTI released a shot video statement of him.
Khan, who was waiting to be pushed to the car in a wheelchair, stated, “
If they don’t obtain a favourable decision, he claimed, “those who create propaganda against the judges” are not like him.
Khan further said that he reported an attempt to kill him to the Lahore High Court (LHC).
“Twice in Wazirabad and the third time on March 18 in the Judicial Complex,” he said.
In order to demonstrate support for Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Umar Ata Bandial, the PTI leader then encouraged people to come to the streets.
He said that “the mafia” had split the Supreme Court (SC) and had been violating the Constitution. “The mafia is hell-bent against the chief justice,” he declared.
Additionally, he blasted the current administration for “running from the elections,” which were supposed to assemblies.
We are adding more information to this story as it develops.