SHC approves Malik's pre-arrest bail

Express May 18, 2010


The Sindh High Court (SHC) approved the pre-arrest bail of Interior Minister Rehman Malik.

The one week protective bail will keep Malik from being arrested in the light of Lahore High Court's upholding his sentence in two NAB references.

The interior minister arrived at the Sindh High Court amid tight security. He was awarded the protective bail by Justice Ameer Hani Muslim after paying Rs100,000 as bond.

Malik told the bench that he needed a one-week protective bail so that he could attend a court hearing in Rawalpindi.

President Asif Ali Zardari has already granted remission to him in all his cases under Article 45 of the Constitution.


ashar | 13 years ago | Reply why not release the old, feeble, sick aged men and women.??? what can the common citizens do, When the elected opt to stay silent on every big and small issue?????
KAKA | 13 years ago | Reply Once a person is found guilty, executive should have no power to commute, respite or reprieve the Saza.......... In a supposedly " Islamic Republic" the ruler should not have any powers to safe an accused esp. in case of corruption. Long live the sheeps & lambs of Pakistan. We indeed bring it up on ourselves by electing the corrupt!
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