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Samajwadi Party national general secretary and former MLA from Rampur Mohammad Azam Khan has got a big relief from the court. He was acquitted in a hate speech case for which he was disqualified from the membership of assembly. On Wednesday, Rampur’s Special MP-MLA Court acquitted the SP leader in the case setting aside the verdict of the magistrate court. The court gave a 70-page verdict quoting several instances of high court and Supreme Court judgements.
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Former Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan is to be released on bail for two weeks following a decision from the Islamabad High Court. The bail means that he can’t be re-arrested on those charges for at least next two weeks. Imran Khan was back in the court following his arrest on Tuesday on corruption charges, which had sparked countrywide violence that had left at least 10 people dead and dozens injured. He remained in the court after the decision as his lawyers petitioned judges for similar protection in a number of other corruption charges, trying to close off legal avenues for the government to arrest him again. Pakistan’s Supreme Court had ruled yesterday that the arrest was unlawful and had ordered his immediate release from the custody. It had then asked the Islamabad High Court to reconsider its initial decision to uphold the arrest.
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Imran Khan’s Arrest Was Illegal, , Pakistan’s Supreme Court Rules.
The former prime minister was arrested on corruption charges by paramilitary troops at a courthouse in Islamabad on May 9, CNN reports.
At the time, PTI spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry described
the arrest as an "abduction," saying Khan had been
"whisked away by unknown people to an unknown location.".
Khan was reportedly detained in a police headquarters guesthouse and brought before a judge in a closed-door hearing on May 10.
Khan's lawyers petitioned against
the judicial proceedings since they
didn't take place at a courthouse.
On May 11, Pakistan's Supreme Court ruled that the arrest was unlawful and Khan must be released.
Following Khan's detainment, protests have resulted in hundreds of arrests, over
300 injuries and eight deaths, CNN reports. .
According to a government official,
over 650 protesters have been
detained in Khyber Pakhunkhwa.
1,000 supporters were arrested in Punjab.
Khan's political party released a
pre-recorded message after he was arrested.
Khan told his supporters that "the time has come for all of you to come and struggle for your rights."
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Days after former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan was arrested from the Islamabad Court, the Supreme Court of the country called his arrest by rangers illegal. The top court also ordered that Khan be presented in Islamabad High court on Friday.
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