Court Grants Former Pakistan Prime Minister Bail

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An anti-terrorism court in Islamabad has granted interim bail to the country’s former prime minister, Imran Khan.

The judge, Raja Abbas, granted Khan bail until September 1 against a surety of 100,000 Pakistani rupees.

In additional sessions, judge Tahir Supra also granted the former prime minister interim bail until September 7 over an unlawful assembly charge against a surety of 5,000 Pakistani rupees.

A hearing over a contempt of court charge will take place on August 31.


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