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Anti-terror Court Extends Imran’s Bail in § 144 infringement case

ISLAMABAD:

Anti-Terrorist Court (ATS) on Monday extended pledge of Head of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan in case of protests and interference in state affairs.

As reported by Express News, the case was considered by the judge of the Internal Affairs Directorate Raja Javad Abbas Hasan, with The appearance of Rai Tajumal Hussain Lati on on behalf of of in former prime minister.

Lati told the court that Imran could not attend in court in connection with his bullet wounds and stated that Imran was not feeling well due to his injuries.

Court extended Imran’s temporary bail until November 28 after accepting the request for exemption from attendance on medical grounds. it also called for in complete medical report of the head of the PTI, which must be presented at next hearing.

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Then the case was dismissed for further hearing until 28 November.

“Section 144 Violation”

Islamabad police opened a criminal case. against PTI head Imran Khan and others party leaders for Section 144 violation during their rally in Islamabad held in August.

According to first information report (FIR) filed by Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) Muhammad Anwar, Federal Metropolitan Police made announcements through the loudspeakers that article 144 was introduced in in cityHowever, the rally continued.

party leaders took part in rally to protest against PTI leader Shahbaz Gill arrest and “torture in detention”.

According to lawyers for PTI leaders, the case against them “unfounded”, adding that the rally was peaceful and the deeds were an “attempt to suppress” the leaders.

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