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Updated : 2 weeks, 3 days ago IST
In exile since 2019, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) supremo Nawaz Sharif is likely return to Pakistan, Geo News reported, adding that once back, he may chair the party's parliamentary board for finalising candidates for the upcoming provincial elections in the country.
Updated : 3 weeks, 1 day ago IST
Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that "establishment is a reality" and "above the law." Speaking on the existence of the establishment in the country's politics, Imran Khan said that the situation in Pakistan will improve when the establishment starts working for the rule o
Updated : 3 weeks, 5 days ago IST
Imran Khan said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf members were being told that he had no political future and committed to removing all these barriers with the help of his supporters.
Updated : 1 month, 3 weeks ago IST
Imran Khan also reiterated his demand for free and fair elections, warning the country might sink otherwise. He said free and fair elections were the only solution to the country's problems and said the government was "afraid" of new elections due to the fear of losing, Dawn reported.
Updated : 3 months ago IST
On Tuesday, the PTI chief termed the FIR filed by the Punjab province in the case concerning the assassination bid against him as "farcical" and added that his lawyers will soon put forward his position.
"When we are so close to our goal no fear or threat of death can stop my struggle," said former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Imran Khan claimed that three bullets were taken out of his right leg after he suffered an attack during his political rally.
"A new drama was plotted. When the news first came, we were worried and expressed sympathy. But now we've realised that (Imran Khan) has left Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan behind in acting," Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) chief Rehman was quoted as saying by Geo News.
Imran Khan was shot during his long march in Wazirabad on Thursday, leading to bullet injuries in his legs. A day later, the PTI chief said he knew beforehand that assassination was being planned against him.
Speaking for the first time, since the assassination attempt on him, Imran Khan said, "There are only two options left with this public: a peaceful or a bloody revolution. There is no third way. I have seen this nation wake up and this genie of awareness."
The 70-year-old cricketer-turned-politician was ousted from power in April this year, by a vote of confidence. Imran Khan said his government would have never lost the no-trust move.
Updated : 3 months, 1 week ago IST
The former Pakistan prime minister has been at odds with the Shehbaz Sharif government and the country's military establishment since his ouster from power in April this year.