The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Wednesday extended its orders preventing the government from arresting PTI Chairman and former high minister Imran Khan in any case, along with undisclosed ones, filed against him anywhere within the united states till May 31.
The IHC became listening to Imran’s plea looking for alleviation from the court docket over suspicions that government may also attempt to arrest him again.
On Tuesday ultimate week, dozens of troops of paramilitary Rangers broke into an office of the IHC and whisked Imran away in an armoured car in a whirlwind raid whilst executing the arrest warrant issued against the previous most beneficial by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in the Al-Qadir Trust case.
Later, the Supreme Court termed his arrest as “invalid and unlawful” and referred the problem back to the IHC which had in advance prevalent the arrest as “legal”.Subsequently, IHC CJ Aamer Farooq had fashioned a two-choose bench — comprising Justice Miangul Hasan Aurangzeb and Justice Saman Rafat Imtiaz — to listen Imran’s bail plea in the Al-Qadir Trust case.
The bench had then long gone directly to provide protective bail to Imran in 3 terrorism cases filed against him in Lahore and the homicide case of PTI activist Zillay Shah alias Ali Bilal.
Additionally, the court had averted authorities from arresting the PTI chief until May 15 in all cases known or in any other case.
As the bench resumed listening to the case these days, the authorities sought time to offer information of the cases registered against Imran.
Granting the request, the courtroom adjourned lawsuits till May 31.