Rangers challenge bail to MQM’s Amir Khan in court
An Anti Terrorism Court in Karachi on August 17 had allowed MQM leader Amir Khan to perform Hajj and accepted his bail plea.
The counsel of Rangers contended in its petition that the court order to release MQM leader did not fulfill all legal aspects.
The ATC had also directed Amir Khan to submit two surety bonds each worth Rs1 million, adding that if he failed to return in one month, the submitted amount will be confiscated.
Khan had sought the court’s permission to allow him to travel to Saudi Arabia for performing Hajj.
The ATC-II had directed him to submit the details of his Hajj registration application.
The MQM leader had been granted bail by the anti-terrorism court in a case pertaining to alleged facilitation of targeted killing suspects and other heinous crimes.
He was arrested in Rangers raid on MQM headquarters on March 11.