Imran Khan and Bushra Bibi granted bail till July 26 in non-Shariah marriage case

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Former prime minister Imran Khan and his wife Bushra Bibi have been granted bail till July 26 by district and sessions courts in a non-Shariah marriage case.

The District and Sessions Court Islamabad on Monday heard a petition against non-Shariah marriage.

During the hearing, lawyer Sher Afzal Marwat told the court that if the court orders bail bonds today, then they will submit it, I am ready to argue on the case even today, but if you hear us in response on 26th, we will argue on the maintainability, the judge remarked that the court has to hear you.

Meanwhile, Bushra Bibi filed an exemption application; the judge inquired on what grounds Bushra Bibi filed the exemption application. Sher Afzal Marwat said that Bushra Bibi went to the Islamabad High Court for biometrics.

Meanwhile, the court allowed the PTI chairman to leave after making an appearance.

The court granted bail to PTI chairman and Bushra Bibi till July 26 against 30,000 surety bonds and 30,000 sureties respectively till July 26.

Woman judge threat case: PTI chairman allowed to mark attendance

Judicial Magistrate Malik Aman heard the case against Imran Khan in the District and Sessions Courts Islamabad, chairman PTI appeared in the court along with his lawyer Intezar Panjotha.

During the hearing, Judge Malik Aman said that the prosecutor is saying to fix the hearing after the holidays. Intezaar Panjotha said that everything of the prosecutor will not be accepted. He requested to fix the dates of tomorrow or day after tomorrow for cases.

Judge Malik Aman remarked “tell a date of September on which your attendance is guaranteed, tell a date on which you have a date”.

Meanwhile, the court allowed the PTI chairman to appear before it and the next date of hearing of the case will be fixed later.

Imran Khan approaches Islamabad High Court

Meanwhile, the PTI chairman approached the Islamabad High Court for details of the cases registered in Islamabad.

The petition was filed by PTI chairman through advocate Sher Afzal Marwat, in which secretary interior, IG Islamabad, DG FIA were made parties.

The petition contended that 188 cases have been registered against the PTI chairman across the country so far.

The petition further said that foreign forces carried out regime change operation through anti-national agents present in the country, efforts are being made to arrest the CHAIRMAN PTI by misusing the law indiscriminately; the cases registered against him are in violation of Article 10A.

The petition requested the court to provide details of the cases registered against the PTI chairman in the last one month and restrain him from arresting him in any new case.