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Imran Khan to stay in prison for two weeks

Updated on: 31 August,2023 08:12 AM IST  |  Islamabad
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The anti-terrorism court announced the decision after a brief closed-door hearing that was held at a high-security Attock prison in the eastern Punjab province

Imran Khan to stay in prison for two weeks

Imran Khan. Pic/AFP

Key Highlights

  1. Imran Khan will remain in a high-security prison for at least another two weeks
  2. The anti-terrorism court announced the decision
  3. Closed-door hearing was held at a high-security Attock prison

Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan will remain in a high-security prison for at least another two weeks despite being granted bail the previous day, as an anti-terrorism court extended his detention Wednesday in a case involving the revealing of an official secret document, a defense lawyer said.


The anti-terrorism court announced the decision after a brief closed-door hearing that was held at a high-security Attock prison in the eastern Punjab province.


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