PTI leader Ali Muhammad Khan has been sent to jail on judicial remand on Wednesday.
As reported, a local court in Mardan sent Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) senior leader Ali Muhammad Khan to jail on a 14-day judicial remand in a corruption case.
He was rearrested for the sixth time in another corruption case shortly after being released by an anti-corruption court in Peshawar a day earlier.
Khan obtained a post-arrest interim bail in a case related to alleged fake hiring in the fisheries department and causing Rs 2.3 million in losses to the national treasury.
Soon after his release, officials of the anti-corruption establishment (ACE) took him into custody in another case related to alleged embezzlement of funds in various contracts.
Ali Muhammad Khan was first arrested by the Islamabad capital territory police on May 11 under Section 3 of the Maintenance of Public Order Order (MPO) in connection with the violent protests and attacks on the civil and military installations last month.
On June 9, the PTI leader was released from prison after an anti-terrorism court (ATC) discharged him from all the cases related to May 9 mayhem.