IHC extends Imran Khan's bail in eight cases.

ISLAMABAD -- The Islamabad High Court (IHC) Wednesday extended protective bails of deposed prime minister and PTI's Chairman Imran Khan in eight cases including Al-Qadir Trust and instructed him to approach the relevant courts for further relief.

A two-judge bench comprising Justice Miangul Hassan Aurangzeb and Justice Saman Raffat Imtiaz heard the bail petitions of PTI's chairman Imran Khan who appeared before the bench amid foolproof security arrangements.

Imran Khan's lawyer Khawaja Harris prayed the court to grant protective bail to his client till June 8, in Al-Qadir Trust case. To which, the NAB prosecutor said that the PTI's chief could move the bail petition to accountability court as he had been there on this day earlier.

The prosecutor, however, prayed the court to grant two or three days to PTI's chairman to get bail from the relevant court.

The bench extended the protective bail of PTI's chief for three days and asked him to approach the accountability court within the said time period.

Meanwhile, the same bench also extended the protective bail of Imran Khan for ten days in six cases, which were registered after May 9, by various police stations.

The court also directed him to approach the trial courts during the said time period.

The Islamabad police produced its report regarding the FIRs against the former prime minister.

It said that a total of six cases were registered against Imran Khan after May 9, in police stations of the federal...

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