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Pak court allows Imran to go back without indictment in Toshakhana case

Pakistan's former PM Imran Khan was allowed by a local court here to go back without his indictment in a corruption case after he marked his attendance outside the court complex

Imran Khan, ex-Pak PM

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Press Trust of India Islamabad
Pakistan's former prime minister Imran Khan was on Saturday allowed by a local court here to go back without his indictment in a corruption case after he marked his attendance outside the court complex, amidst a stand-off between his supporters and security forces who have tried to arrest him for skipping multiple previous hearings.

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First Published: Mar 18 2023 | 8:11 PM IST

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