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    Imran Khan, Pakistan’s former prime minister, has filed a petition in the Lahore High Court (LHC) to quash all 121 cases registered against him in different cities of the country. Khan claims the cases have been instituted on political grounds and that regular court appearances will endanger his life. He states that a third assassination attempt has been made against him and that he has identified six people in a video who want to kill him. The LHC has directed Khan to join police investigations into these cases on May 5 and will resume hearing on May 8.

    Khan told the court that his life is in danger and that he survived two assassination attempts on his life. He blames powers that be for wanting to kill him, and says all the cases were filed after he was ousted as prime minister in April last year. In November last year, he suffered bullet injuries to his leg in a gun attack on his rally in the Wazirabad area, which he blamed on Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah, and ISI’s top officer Major General Faisal Naseer for hatching a plot to assassinate him.

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