Pakistan's Imran Khan to Be Indicted in State Gift Sale Case – Bloomberg

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A Pakistan court will formally charge former premier Imran Khan on May 10 for hiding earnings from the sale of state gifts acquired during his time in office, a lawyer for the country’s election commission said.
No date has so far been set for a trial, which will follow the formal indictment, Amjad Pervez told Bloomberg over the phone on Friday. Judge Hamayun Dilawar has ordered Khan to appear in court next week, Pervez added.


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