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Supreme Court directs PTI Chief to appear before IHC in cases against him

The Supreme Court has directed PTI Chief Imran Khan to appear before the Islamabad High Court in cases against him.

A three-member bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial and comprising Justice Athar Minhallah and Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar heard Imran Khan's plea against his arrest in Islamabad on Thursday.

The Court declared that the Islamabad High Court will hear this matter tomorrow and Imran Khan will have to abide by Islamabad High Court orders. It also asked Imran Khan to appeal his party workers to remain calm. On this the PTI Chief apologized for the violence and damages, caused by his followers.

The bench also rejected Imran Khan's request for allowing his stay at his Banigala residence, directing the police to keep him at the Police Line Guest House to ensure his security.

Source: Radio Pakistan

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