The Lahore High Court has granted bail to Bushra Bibi, the mysterious wife of Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan. The High Court has granted bail to Bushra Bibi till May 23. Earlier, Bushra Bibi reached the High Court with her husband Imran Khan in the Al Qadir case. Self-proclaimed Zinda Peer Bushra Bibi was presented in the Lahore High Court hidden between white sheets. A lot of jokes are being made in social media regarding this pretense.
Bushra Bibi and Imran Khan’s marriage has always been in controversy. Maulana, who got married recently, revealed that Bushra Bibi had married Imran Khan without completing the period of Iddat, violating Islamic rules. This entire matter has also been challenged in court. Before the wedding, Bushra claimed that if Imran married her, she would become the Prime Minister. Meanwhile, Imran Khan is worried about his wife’s arrest. Imran Khan has claimed that an attempt is being made to make Bushra Bibi look bad by arresting him.
An Islamist party in Pakistan’s ruling coalition on Monday protested against the country’s judiciary, including the Supreme Court, for allegedly giving “relief” to former prime minister Imran Khan in several cases. ‘Dawn News’ reported that many protesters, including activists and supporters of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazal, entered the ‘red zone’ despite Article 144 being in force in the national capital.
PDM opens front against Imran
Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, Pakistan’s ruling coalition of 13 political parties, announced a sit-in before the Supreme Court on Monday to protest against alleged judicial support to the former prime minister. will do According to a local news channel, PDM workers reached outside the Supreme Court gate but the situation remained peaceful.
On the other hand, Imran Khan has said that JUI-F’s drama outside the Supreme Court is only aimed at intimidating the Chief Justice of Pakistan so that he does not take decisions according to the constitution. Let it be known that after Khan’s arrest, violent demonstrations started across Pakistan on Tuesday, which continued till Friday. Many people were killed and dozens of military and government institutions were damaged in these demonstrations.