Pak Court Rejects Request to Cancel Imran Khan’s Bail in 2022 Funding Case

ISLAMABAD: According to media reports, a Pakistani court on Wednesday rejected the country’s top investigating agency’s plea to cancel former prime minister Imran Khan’s bail in the prohibited funding case.

A two-member bench comprising Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani and Justice Tariq Mehmood Jahangiri conducted the hearing on the plea in the Islamabad High Court (IHC).

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) in October last year filed a case in the banking court against Khan, 70, and other members of his party for allegedly receiving prohibited funding.

Khan was granted bail by an Islamabad-based banking court in a prohibited funding case. The FIA had filed an application in the IHC on February 28 against the banking court’s decision to grant bail to the PTI chief and appealed to the court to annul the decision as it was “against the law”.

Related Articles

Back to top button