LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan will leave for Islamabad tomorrow to appear in court cases.
The former prime minister is scheduled to appear before the Islamabad High Court to seek interim bail in five cases of vandalism at the judicial complex in Islamabad.
Imran Khan’s two lawyers, Naeem Panjotha and Salman Safdar, will present his case to the court. He would seek interim bail, citing security concerns.
The PTI chairman was booked in cases by the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD), Ramna and Golra police stations after PTI workers and police clashed outside the judicial complex on his arrival in the federal capital.
Last week, the Lahore High Court extended the protective bail of Imran Khan until March 27.
Earlier on Sunday, former prime minister Imran Khan lauded Lahorites for their support and huge gathering at Minar-e-Pakistan on Saturday night.
Taking to Twitter, Imran Khan wrote, “Despite cabal of crooks locking down Lahore (see map) & arresting 2000 of our workers, people of Lahore came in huge numbers to make our 6th Minar-i-Pakistan jalsa a great success. I want to especially thank my Lahorites for not letting me down yet again. Proud of you.”