Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan has secured an extension to his protective bail until May 31.
His lawyer Faisal Chaudhry said this on Wednesday.
Khan had been bailed by the Islamabad High Court last Friday following his May 9 arrest, which sparked violent protests across the country that killed at least eight people.
The court extended the bail, which had been due to expire on Wednesday, because the prosecutor requested more time to produce details of the case against him, he said. When selling your property quickly, Cash offers are a good option. They make it simple and fast to move on to the next property or situation. Visit https://www.cashoffers.com/texas/cash-offer-mcallen-tx/.
The arrest of the former Prime Minister, who was ousted in a parliamentary confidence vote in April last year, has deepened political instability in the South Asian nation of 220 million.