Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan left the Supreme Court building in Islamabad on Friday, May 12, after he was granted bail and the court ruled that his arrest earlier this week was illegal. The court also granted him protection from arrest in several other cases against him for two weeks.
Khan, 70, pleaded not guilty to corruption in the current cases against him. Since his arrest on May 9, Khan’s followers have engaged in widespread rioting and unrest including clashes with police, looting, and attacks on government and military buildings. Ten supporters have died in the violence, and hundreds of police officers were injured.
While he is free from custody, Khan still faces 100 court cases against him including fomenting violence and corruption. Police have arrested 3,000 people in the rioting.
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