Former Pakistani PM Khan apologizes in contempt of court case

Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday tendered an apology in a contempt of court case, his defense lawyer Faisal Chaudhry said.

The court has deferred the due indictment, Chaudhry said, adding the court had directed Khan to submit an unconditional apology in writing by October 3.

The charges are related to a speech by Khan in which he allegedly threatened police and judicial officers after one of his close aides was denied bail in a sedition case.

Source(s): Reuters

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