Pakistan: Imran Khan gets big relief from High Court, ban on arrest for two weeks

Imran khan Pakistan News: Political atmosphere is hot in the neighboring country Pakistan which is facing economic crisis. Former Prime Minister Imran Khan is in headlines amid controversies. Imran Khan surrounded by difficulties has got a big relief. In fact, the Balochistan High Court has suspended for two weeks the non-bailable warrant issued by the local court of Quetta against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan.

Hearing will be held after two weeks 

According to local Geo News, a police team of five people led by SP Investigation Nadeem Khan had reached Lahore. The High Court has also issued a summons to the Balochistan police chief while suspending the warrant. Further hearing has been adjourned for two weeks. 

Khan was ousted from power last year

Let us tell you that the bad days of Imran Khan started from April last year when he was ousted from power. After snatching the prime minister’s chair, Khan expressed his anger while addressing party workers and supporters at his residence in Lahore. Along with this, he led the Jail Bharo Tehreek movement. Since then Imran Khan is attacking constitutional institutions and their officials. 

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