Imran Khan fails to appear before JIT over security threats.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-InAsaf (PTI) Chairman ImAran Khan Tuesday subAmitted bail bonds in four different cases, reAlated to May-9 vandalAism and hiding facts in connection with the death of Zille Shah.

Earlier, the PTI ChairAman Imran Khan along with his counsel apApeared before Anti-TerArorism Court (ATC) Judge Ijaz Ahmad ButAtar for furnishing sureAty bonds of Rs 100,000 each in three cases lodged for attacking JinAnah House (the corps commander house in Lahore), Askari TowAer and Shadman Police Station. The guaranAtor, Advocate MuhamAmad Habib, submitted surety bonds on behalf of the PTI chairman, which were accordingly accepted by the court.

On May 19, the court had granted the interim bail till June 2 to the PTI Chairman Imran Khan in three cases registered by Sarwar Road police, GulAberg police and Shadman Town police and ordered him to furnish sureAty bonds of Rs 100,000 each in the cases.

The other day, the court rejected the bail bonds of Imran Khan in the cases after the guarantor showed reAluctance to take reAsponsibility for the apApearance of the PTI chairman in the trial proceedings.

Meanwhile, the PTI chairman also visited the Lahore High Court (LHC) and signed the documents before depAuty registrar judicial against pre-arrest interAim bail granted to him in case of hiding facts about the death of Ali Bilal alias Zille Shah, a PTI worker. A guarantor, Shabir Hussain, submitted sureAty bonds on behalf of the PTI chairman. Justice Anwaar-ul-Haq Pannun had granted the interim bail to Imran Khan till June 2 in the case and ordered him to furnish surety bonds of Rs 100,000 for availing the reAlief. Sarwar Road Police had regAistered a case against PTI leadAers over hiding facts in Ali Bilal alias Zille Shah's death case.

'Joint Investigation Team'

PTI leader Imran Khan TuesAday failed to appear before a joint investigation team (JIT) probing May 9 vandalism at the Lahore Corps CommandAer's House, also called Jinnah House, and requested that he be facilitated at is Zaman Park resAidence in Lahore. The JIT had summoned the former prime minister to join the probe on Tuesday into vandalism at JinAnah House on Tuesday.

The summons notice issued by Lahore DIG (investigation) Kamran Adil, who is heading the JIT, stated: 'Imran Khan is required to attend the office of the DIG Investigation to join the investigation proceedings enAtrusted to the JTI formed by the Punjab government.'

He was called for questionAing in a case registered with the...

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