Former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf is now out on bail after his lawyers posted the surety on Wednesday as ordered by the court.
Two days ago he was granted bail and directed to submit two bonds worth Rs 100,000 each as surety. This is the last case in which Musharraf was arrested and with this he has managed to secure bail in all the cases against him.
However, he is expected to remain at his heavily guarded farmhouse at Chak Shahzad since he has received many terror threats. His lawyers said that they would apply to the high court to get his name off the Exit Control List. His party has been saying that he has no plans to leave the country as yet.
He has also managed to seek exemption from appearing in court in the Benazir Bhutto trial which is going on.