Islamabad/New Delhi: Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has been sent to the custody of the country’s top anti-corruption body for eight days, NDTV reported.
The National Accountability (NAB) had asked a court in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad, where Mr Khan appeared today, for a custody of 10 days for questioning in corruption cases.
Khan was arrested during a routine hearing in Islamabad yesterday. He was taken away to an unknown location overnight before appearing behind closed doors in a specially convened court at the police headquarters.
Khan alleged in court that he was tortured in custody and was not allowed to even use the washroom.
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