PTI Founder Imran Khan’s Bail Pleas Rejected in Toshakhana and £190 Million Cases

pti founder imran khan's bail pleas rejected in toshakhana and £190 million cases

pti founder imran khan’s bail pleas rejected in toshakhana and £190 million cases

The founder of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan, faced a setback as the bail pleas for the Toshakhana and £190 million cases were rejected by an accountability court in Islamabad.”Judge Muhammad Bashir decided on the cases filed by Imran Khan, the ex-prime minister. The issue was about gifts given to him and his wife, Bushra Bibi, which they were supposed to put in Toshakhana. The accusation is that they didn’t deposit these gifts from international guests as required.” The accountability court not only rejected the bail applications but also indicted the PTI founder and his wife in the Toshakhana reference filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

The court adjourned the hearing of the Toshakhana reference to January 11, where NAB officials are expected to present witnesses. Additionally, the hearing for the £190 million reference was adjourned to January 17.In a related development, the court ordered the seizure of properties belonging to Farhat Shehzadi, a close friend of Bushra Bibi, and Shahzad Akbar, a former Special Assistant to the Prime Minister, in connection to the £190 million scandal.

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Farhat Shehzadi owns significant land and multiple plots, while Shahzad Akbar possesses a commercial plot and several bank accounts. The court directed the confiscation of their properties and bank accounts as both individuals are considered absconders in the £190 million scandal.

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These legal developments show how much the challenges faced by Imran Khan and his associates in these financial cases.

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