Imran Khan, the Prime minister, will personally apply for bail in the government-filed terrorism case against him tomorrow (Aug. 25), according to PTI leader and attorney Babar Awan.
In response to the PTI chairman’s remarks at the party’s rally in Islamabad on August 20, a first inquiry report (FIR) was filed against him last week at the Margalla police station under Section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act (penalty for acts of terrorism).
Imran then went to the Islamabad High Court on Monday, when a two-judge panel, consisting of Justices Mohsin Akhtar Kayani and Babar Sattar, granted him protective bail till August 25.Awan stated in a video message posted on PTI’s Twitter that Imran had presided over a meeting of the party’s legal committee earlier today when it was determined that a request for the ex-prime minister’s bail would be made in an ATC in the capital.
The lawyer confirmed, stating that both national and international media had inquired about the topic, “Imran Khan would go there himself.”
This false case, in which neither a blast nor a Kalashnikov was used, and the police fabricated terrorism-related allegations, “destroyed Pakistan’s narrative against terrorism constructed over the last 20 years,” the statement reads.
Awan added that the issue had drawn the attention of the world media, human rights advocates, and even the United Nations.Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah previously stated that the government would work to have Imran’s bail denied in an interview.
He had stated, “We will see to it that he is taken into custody from the court.” And I think the court will seriously investigate him for threatening the sessions court judge.
As a result of the magistrate Ali Javed’s complaint, the FIR against Imran was filed at the Margalla police station in Islamabad around 10 p.m. on Saturday.
Imran “terrorised and intimidated top police personnel and a respected female additional sessions judge” during the PTI gathering at F-9 Park, according to the FIR.