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Pakistan court grants pre-arrest bail to Imran Khan till June 25 in ‘Azadi March’ cases

The Peshawar High Court (PHC) granted Khan the bail to the 69-year-old former prime minister against a surety of Rs 50,000, as reported by the Geo News.

On Thursday, a Pakistani court granted a three-week pre-arrest bail to ousted prime minister Imran Khan in 14 cases registered against him in connection with the arson and vandalism by his supporters during the recent Azadi march organised by his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, as per the media reports.

The Peshawar High Court (PHC) granted Khan the bail to the 69-year-old former prime minister against a surety of Rs 50,000, as reported by the Geo News.

Khan had reached out to the court for protection against his possible arrest in case he again marches to Islamabad. PHC Chief Justice Qaiser Rasheed accepted the plea. Khan attended the hearing in-person.