Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan is expected to appeal for bail at his hearing at an anti-terrorism court on Tuesday in cases related to the 2014 sit-in violence, Express News reported.
On December 13, the ATC had extended Imran’s interim bail till January 2, 2018.
Judge Shahrukh Arjumand had summoned the PTI chief for an ‘immediate hearing’ in four cases, including that of the attack on the office of the Pakistan Television and the Parliament House in August 2014.
Imran’s legal counsel Babar Awan, who failed to appear in an earlier hearing today, has also been summoned.
In August 2014, supporters of the PTI and its ally Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) attacked properties in Islamabad’s Red Zone. They are also charged with attacking police officer, SSP Junejo.
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