Imran Khan reaches LHC to seek protective bail
LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan on Tuesday reached Lahore High Court to seek protective bail in two cases, ARY News reported.
The first information reports (FIRs) registered at the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) and the Golra police stations in the capital accused the PTI chief and party workers of being involved in attacking police and creating unrest outside the Judicial Complex in Islamabad during the hearing of the Toshakhana case on Saturday.
As per details, Imran Khan left for LHC under strict security and a large number of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf workers, who reached Zaman Park to accompany the former premier.
On Monday, the LHC asked Imran Khan to appear before the court by 2pm for the hearing.
Read more: Imran Khan seeks protective bail in nine cases
It may be noted that former prime minister Imran Khan on Friday filed pleas with the Lahore High Court seeking protective bail in nine different cases registered against him.
The pleas were moved by Imran Khan through his lawyer Azhar Siddiq.
Khan is facing five cases in Islamabad and four in Punjab s capital of Lahore.
The former prime minister in his pleas stated that he wants to appear before the investigation team in the FIRs registered against him and pleaded with the LHC to grant him protective bail fearing arrest.