NAB gets Imran Khan’s four-day physical remand in £190m case
ISLAMABAD: (Suno News) An accountability court in Lahore Friday approved the four-day physical remand of former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan in the £190 million case.
The hearing of the £190 million case was held in Adiala Jail. The accountability court judge accepted the request of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and approved Imran Khan’s four-day physical remand.
Special Prosecutor NAB Sardar Muzaffar Abbasi confirmed that the physical remand had been granted, stating that “the court has handed over the PTI Chairman to us till November 21.”
He added, “The NAB will now decide how to conduct the investigation.”
Later, Aleema Khan, a sister of the PTI chairman, said while speaking to the media outside Adiala Jail in Rawalpindi that Imran Khan was in good health.
“He says that there is a good routine. No food complaints have been made by the PTI chairman,” she added.
She said that the Islamabad High Court (IHC) had given stay orders in the cipher case. She stated that Imran Khan had been handed a death sentence and life imprisonment under the provisions being included in the case.
“It should be told what crime the PTI chairman has committed that these provisions are being included in the case against him,” she questioned and added that “Rana Sanaullah made a case against Imran Khan. Justice should be given in Pakistan.”
She further said, “The message sent by Donald Lu, the former prime minister thought it better to tell the public. If someone intends to repeat what happened to Bhutto, I think that time has changed now.”