- PHC accepts petition from PTI Chairman Imran Khan for protection against arrest.
- Imran to stand trial in personal ability to submit plea.
- Representatives of the media and journalists were not allowed to attend the hearings.
PESHAWAR: PTI Chairman Imran Khan on A three-week transit bond was granted on Thursday against guarantee of Rs 50,000, from Peshawar High Court (PHC), ahead of another long march plans to lead in coming days.
former prime minister reached out in PHC for protection against his possible arrest in if he marches to Islamabad again. PHC Chief Justice Kaiser Rashid accepted plea. Imran appeared in court to file it plea in personal capacity.
However, media representatives and reporters were not allowed to attend the hearing because the court doors were closed when Imran arrived.
PTI files plea in SC for permission for another long march
PTI filed petition in Supreme Court for permission for a second long trek to Islamabad.
party chairman suddenly announced the end of his “March of Azadi” on March 26 and gave government a six-ultimatum day to announce the date for a general elections. He later said he called the march off out of fear of bloodshed.
The lawsuit alleged that the court should allow PTI to hold peaceful protests and gatherings in Islamabad and that there are no obstacles should be placed in in way of PTI protests in Any city.