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Imran Khan granted two weeks protective bail in Al-Qadir Trust case


Imran Khan granted two weeks protective bail

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has been granted two weeks protective bail in the Al-Qadir Trust case by the Islamabad High Court on Friday. This comes as a major relief for Khan after the Supreme Court declared his arrest in the case as “invalid and unlawful.” The Islamabad High Court, however, said that the ruling is only applicable within the boundaries of Islamabad. The court has ordered not to arrest him in any case until May 17 and not in any case filed after May 9. According to Dawn News, the court has stated that if martial law, which is sanctioned by Article 245 of the country's Constitution, has been enforced in the country for two weeks, Imran Khan should be granted bail. The hearing on Friday was delayed due to security reasons, and Imran Khan arrived back at the Islamabad High Court in a secure convoy. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) party has announced that thousands of supporters will gather in Islamabad in solidarity with their leader. The former prime minister was arrested on Tuesday in a corruption case on the orders of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and was forcefully arrested from the premises of the Islamabad High Court. This led to widespread violent protests across the country by the supporters of the former prime minister.

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