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RAWALPINDI: An accountability court on Tuesday indicted Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founder Imran Khan and his spouse Bushra Bibi in the Toshakhana reference filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).
Accountability Court Judge Muhammad Bashir announced the decision during a hearing in the case today which was conducted in Adiala jail.
Imran Khan and his wife have been named in the list of accused for possessing gifts received from international dignitaries, which they were obligated to deposit in the Toshakhana.
A five-member special prosecution team of the anti-graft watchdog perused the reference against the duo.
Accountability court Judge Muhammad Bashir conducted the hearing of Toshakhana and £190 million cases in the prison.
A day earlier, the court deferred the indictment of the former prime minister and his wife after the latter failed to appear before the court.
During the hearing today, NAB prosecutor Muzaffar Abbasi along with his team was present in the court. Khan was represented by his lawyers Latif Khosa and Umair Niazi.
Bushra Bibi was also provided with a copy of the £190 million case today.