Pak court grants pre-arrest bail to Imran Khan till June 25 in ‘Azadi March’ cases

A Pakistani court granted a three-week pre-arrest bail to former PM Imran Khan in 14 cases registered against him in connection with the arson and vandalism by his supporters during the Azadi march. A Pakistani court on Thursday granted a three-week pre-arrest bail to ousted prime minister Imran Khan in 14 cases registered against him in connection with the arson and vandalism by his supporters during the recent Azadi march organised by his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, according to media reports. The Peshawar High Court (PHC) granted Khan the bail…

Clashes in Imran Khan’s Islamabad rally not ruled out; Pakistan’s ex-PM likely to be booked for using ‘filthy’ language

This comes after Imran’s address to the Abbottabad public gathering in Islamabad where he warned PM Shehbaz Sharif-led government that no power could stop them from entering the federal capital Islamabad: Pakistan’s ex-Prime Minister Imran Khan is likely to be booked for using ‘filthy’ language in the public meetings against national institutions and reports suggest that amid rising political temperature clashes could erupt during his upcoming Islamabad mega rally. This comes after Imran’s address to the Abbottabad public gathering on Sunday where he warned PM Shehbaz Sharif-led government that no…

Pakistan heads for early election amid move to remove PM Imran Khan

Pakistan’s president has dissolved parliament – a step towards early elections – following an attempt to remove PM Imran Khan from office. It comes after parliament’s deputy speaker refused to hold a vote of no-confidence the PM was expected to lose. Mr Khan claims the US is leading a conspiracy to remove him because of his criticism of US policy and other foreign policy decisions he has taken. Opposition politicians ridicule the allegation, and the US has denied it. Imran Khan visited Moscow to meet President Vladimir Putin as Russia…

No-confidence motion against Imran Khan tabled in Pak National Assembly

A no-confidence motion against Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan was tabled on Monday in the National Assembly by Leader of the Opposition and PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif, setting in motion the process in the lower house to remove the embattled cricketer-turned-politician from office. As the much-anticipated session began after a two-day recess on Monday, Deputy Speaker Qasim Khan Suri asked the members of the Parliament, who are in favor of the motion, to stand up to that their numbers could be counted. Sharif first moved a resolution to allow tabling…

“Sorry To Say…”: Imran Khan Says Muslim Nations Didn’t Check Islamophobia

Imran Khan: “The head of Muslim countries should have taken a stand on this.” Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday stated Islamophobia grew after the 9/11 terror assaults and went on unchecked as a result of the Muslim nations did nothing to examine the fallacious narrative that Islam was equated with terrorism. Addressing the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) assembly in Islamabad, Imran Khan stated that there is no distinction between kinds of Islam, and added that religion has nothing to do with terrorism. He requested how the…