Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan Granted Bail in Corruption Case

Significant Development in Corruption Case
In the ongoing corruption case involving former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, there has been a big update. The court has decided to temporarily postpone his 3-year prison sentence and grant him bail, which means he will be released for now.

Court's Decision on Corruption Case
The Islamabad High Court has made a decision about the corruption case where Khan was sentenced to 3 years in prison. Instead of sending him to jail right away, the court has allowed him to be released on bail.

Reason for Khan's Arrest
Before this decision, the court found Khan guilty of selling gifts worth $490,000 that he received while he was Prime Minister. He was also accused of misusing his position. Because of these charges, he had an arrest warrant, and the court sentenced him to 3 years in prison.

Khan's Arrest and Ban from Politics
On August 5th, the police arrested Khan at his home in Lahore based on the court's order. Then, on August 8th, the Pakistan Election Commission decided that Khan, who was already found guilty and imprisoned, would be banned from politics for 5 years.
Khan's Current Situation
Currently, Khan is being held in Attock Prison, which is located in the northwest part of the country.