Islamabad: The Islamabad High Court has extended the order to prevent the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan in more than 100 cases until May 31.
According to details, the details of the cases against former Prime Minister Imran Khan were provided in the Islamabad High Court, and a request was made to prevent his arrest.
The Additional Attorney General, Advocate General, and State Council appeared in court, while Barrister Gohar, Imran Khan’s lawyer, appeared on his behalf.
The federal government requested for some time to provide details of the cases, stating that they will provide the details within a certain time.
Accepting the request, the court extended the order to prevent Imran Khan’s arrest in any further cases until May 31 and postponed the hearing until May 31.