Imran Khan assured the court that he would follow the order.
PESHAWAR: The Peshawar High Court (PHC) on Thursday granted pre-arrest bail for three-weeks to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Khan approached the PHC, seeking pre-arrest bail in separate cases registered in connection with PTI’s May 25 long march.
While Imran Khan filed a plea through his counsel advocate Babar Awan.
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The petition was heard by the Chief Justice PHC, the CJ said that the pre-arrest bail granted to Imran Khan against Rs 50,000 surety bonds for three-weeks.
The court also directed Imran Khan not to address in the court premises while Imran Khan assured the court that he would follow the order.
Meanwhile, other PTI’s leaders were also present in the court room.