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Pakistan ex-PM Imran Khan's jail remand extended by two weeks

  • Imran Khan, the former Pakistani Prime Minister, had his jail remand extended by two weeks on charges of leaking state secrets. This comes after Khan lost a confidence vote in parliament and was convicted in a separate corruption case, resulting in him being barred from contesting national elections.
  • Khan is charged with making public a confidential cable sent by Pakistan's ambassador to the United States and using it for political gain. He alleges that the cable proves the United States had influenced Pakistan's military to overthrow his government. However, both Washington and the Pakistani military deny these accusations.
  • President Arif Alvi, of Khan's political party, suggested that the Election Commission seek guidance from the judiciary on holding elections within 90 days of the dissolution of a government. He proposed that the elections should be held on November 6th.
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