PTI leader Aleem Khan gets bail in PTV, parliament attack cases | Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: The Antiterrorist Court (ATC) granted on Thursday a temporary assignment to the Pakistani leader Tehreek-e-Insaf Alem Khan in the affairs of the PTV and parliamentary attacks
The leader of the PTI secured a pledge in respect of a surety bond worth RR 0.1 million.
The court again called on Alem Khan on April 25.
April 9, Former Secretary General of PTI Jahangir Tarin received a pledge in PTV and cases of attack in Parliament.
In announcing the decision in the motion for bail, the court accepted a provisional pledge for Tarien and ordered him to provide a personal bond in the amount of 0.1 million rupees
UVK hears four cases – an attack on the state television building, the Parliament and the DPP of Junjo – against the PTI and Pakistani leaders Awami-Tehrek.
In August 2014, Imran Khan and Tahirul Kadri took to the streets in Islamabad against everyone for example, the falsification of the 2013 general election and strong participation in the model city. The protest lasted for 104 days.
During the sitting, protesters beat SSP Asmatulla Junjo on the Constitution Avenue when they attacked PTV headquarters and parts of parliament.
The case was then filed a lawsuit against Khan, Kadri and others for torturing the SSP and five other policemen.
PTI leaders Shirin Mazari, Arif Alvi and Assad Umar were released on bail in cases earlier this year. The ATC also extended the interim pledge of Imran Khan in four cases in January.