Lashing out at the coalition government over lodging a terrorism case against him, Imran Khan said that Pakistan has become a laughing stock all over the world and headlines are published in international media.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has ordered the release on bail of more than 70 opposition activists arrested in recent weeks and accused of plotting to overthrow the government, he said on Thursday.
The federal government has vowed it will find a way to take Imran back into custody, a move that would likely cause a resurgence of riots and mob attacks.
Lai had been in custody since Dec.3, except when he was released on bail for about a week late last year. He was granted a HK$10 million ($1.3 million) bail by a lower court on Dec. 23 only for the Court of Final Appeal (CFA) to bring him back into custody on Dec.31
Lai faces a charge of collusion with foreign elements to endanger national security, apparently for tweets he made and interviews or commentaries he did with foreign media.
Jimmy Lai of Next Digital, which publishes the Apple Daily newspaper, was among 10 people arrested Aug.10 on what police said was suspicion of violating a national security law and collusion with a foreign country.
The 24-year old activist was jailed on Dec.2 along with Joshua Wong for their roles in an unlawful rally near police headquarters in 2019, the toughest and most high-profile sentencing of opposition figures this year.
The Republic TV Managing director and Editor in Chief was arrested on Nov.4 for his involvement in a case of abetment to suicide.
Making a forceful plea for bail to Aryan Khan, his lawyer and former Attorney General of India Mukul Rohatgi told the court that the star-son was a special invitee to the ship through event manager Prateek Gaba.
With thousands of fans, admirers and a huge posse of police and mediapersons camping here for the second day, Aryan's much-anticipated exit out of the ARCJ to the waiting vehicle lasted barely a couple of seconds.