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Decision reserved on Imran Khan’s bail plea in £190 million corruption case

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Decision reserved on Imran Khan’s bail plea in £190 million corruption case

NAB Special Prosecutor and Imran Khan’s lawyer completed the arguments.

The Islamabad High Court reserved judgment on PTI founder’s bail plea in the 190 million pounds reference.

In the High Court, a hearing was held on the bail application of founder PTI in the 190 million pounds reference.

NAB Special Prosecutor Amjad Pervez argued that the money should have been given to the government of Pakistan, the Supreme Court wrote in its order that this money is the money of the state of Pakistan, the Supreme Court had declared that this money was wrongly deposited in the account of the Supreme Court. Sent, this confidentiality deed was a massive fraud.

Amjad Pervez, concluding the arguments, said that if the case is in the final stage, instead of bail, the direction is given to the trial court to decide the case quickly.

Imran Khan’s lawyer, Sardar Latif Khosa, gave a reply and said that if Shahzad Akbar claims that he brought money, then ask him, why is Shahzad Akbar’s founder putting everything in PTI’s account?

He said that the NAB witness admitted that the signature of founder PTI was nowhere and no money went into the account of founder PTI or Bushra Bibi, the witness admitted that founder PTI or Bushra Bibi No personal gain was taken, NAB at no point made the statement of this witness against itself, what remains in the case after this statement of NAB’s own witness.

The court decided on the application after the arguments were completed.

For more updates and exciting news, you can visit the ABC Express website.

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