The Supreme Court, meanwhile, has also reserved its judgement in Imran and Jahangir Tareen's disqualification case.
An anti-terrorism court on Tuesday granted bail to Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan in cases related to the attack on the Pakistan Television (PTV) and then SSP Islamabad (Operations) Asmatullah Junejo during the 2014 sit-in in the capital city. Justice Umar Ata Bandial opined that tax authorities were told that Tareen's children are the beneficiaries of trust, however, Tareen himself is the beneficiary of the trust according to trust deed.
Responding over a comment issued by the chief justice during the hearing of the disqualification case in which he said the court is in no hurry to give its decision, Maryam sarcastically remarked: "Yes indeed there is no hurry". Trust is a lawful institute and the shares of offshore company are in accordance with the trust.
During the hearing, Naeem Bukhari, PTI chief's counsel said that Khan had made a mistake in not declaring his assets for 2002 elections and it was not deliberate lying.
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Justice Nisar said the court had to decide whether PTI chief was an honest man and the verdict should not to be expected anytime soon. He also stated that Khan's failure to furnish his income statement was a mistake and pointed out contradictions in responses given by Imran Khan.
However, replying to the Chief Justice's observation, Bukhari informed the bench that Imran Khan had declared the London flat in 2000 via an amnesty scheme.
Senior cop caught getting massage from lady home guard
Deputy Inspector General of Police , Hyderabad Range, M Stephen Raveendra has confirmed the reports of the ASI's suspension. Kumar said that Hasan was apparently suffering from a backache and had requested the home guard to give him a massage.
Defending champions India crash out
Put in to bat, India U-19's No. 7 batsman Salman Khan top-scored with 39, while wicketkeeper-batsman Anuj Rawat scored 34. Bangladesh emerged victorious after they chased down the target of 188 with eight wickets and four overs to spare.