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Imran Khan calls judiciary the sole hope for Pakistan’s democracy

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In his first detailed interview since his release on bail, Imran Khan, the Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), has expressed deep concerns about the current state of democracy in Pakistan, describing it as being “at rock bottom.”

After receiving relief from the courts, the former Prime Minister expressed faith only in the judiciary, terming it as the “sole hope” in the country for restoring the rights and freedoms of the people.

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“Democracy has hit rock bottom. The only glimmer of hope we have is the judiciary,” the PTI Chairman expressed while speaking with Sky News on Sunday.

The former cricketer-turned-politician, whose government was ousted following a vote of no-confidence in Parliament in April last year, also raised the alarm over the unprecedented violation of fundamental rights in the country.

Imran Khan went on to share his own harrowing experiences of being taken into custody, narrating how the police had raided his residence on two occasions.

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