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    Former Pakistani Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has been granted protective bail in seven cases related to clashes outside Islamabad FJC on March 18. He made this announcement while addressing the nation through a video link and talking to a group of journalists at his residence in Lahore. Khan has threatened to launch nationwide protests if elections are not held in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa within 90 days. He also called for protests after the 90-day deadline, stating that it is a great responsibility to struggle for the supremacy of law.

    Khan accused the Shehbaz Sharif government of attacking the judiciary due to the fear of elections. He claimed that the Supreme Court is the institution that protects the constitution, and these people are attacking the judiciary because of the fear of the elections. Khan was ousted from power in April last year after losing a no-confidence vote, becoming the first Pakistani prime minister to be voted out by the National Assembly. Since his ouster, he has been demanding snap polls in the country to remove what he termed as an “imported government” led by Prime Minister Sharif.

    The Election Commission of Pakistan has postponed the elections to October 8 citing security threats and the inability of authorities to cooperate in elections. If elections are not held within 90 days, Khan believes that there will be no constitution in the country. He further stated that it is time for people to stand with the constitution and law.

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