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We continue to demand that Pakistan respect democratic principles, human rights, and the rule of law.

Washington: US State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller said on Wednesday (local time) that the US continues to push for Pakistan to follow democratic values, human rights, and the

When asked about the arrest and cases brought against former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, US State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller made the comments.

Imran Khan, the former prime minister of Pakistan who was detained last week in connection with the Toshakhana case, has expressed his regret at being detained and said he doesn’t want to remain there, according to Pakistan’s Geo News.

rule of law.

Miller stated, “I will just say that we continue to believe that th

Imran Khan reportedly told his attorneys in the Attock jail, “Take me out of here; I don’t want to remain in jail,” according to the authorities. Imran Khan, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), further claimed that according to sources, he is still confined to “distressing” conditions in his prison cell.

Khan’s attorney Naeem Haider Panjotha was given permission to visit Khan in jail on Monday, and after seeing the PTI chairman, he complained that the former Pakistani prime minister was being held in “distressing” conditions with “C-Class jail facilities.”

ese are matters for the Pakistani people to decide,” when speaking to a press conference. Our guiding philosophy is to keep pushing for Pakistan to uphold democraticAccording to Panjotha, Imran Khan maintained his composure in the face of all of these setbacks and promised to spend the rest of his life in prison rather than submit to servitude, as reported by Geo News. The sources claimed, however, that the PTI chairman expressed his worries about the prison’s environmenThe day after he was found guilty in the Toshakhana case, he was taken into custody from his Lahore home in Zaman Park. Trial court determined that the allegations against Imran Khan in the case were proved during the hearing, according to Pakistani news outlet Dawn. The hearing was presided over by Additional District and Sessions Judge (ADSJ) Humayun Dilawar.t—flies occupying his cell during the day and insects at night—during the discussion with his counsel.

values, human rights, and the rule According to local media, Imran Khan, the PTI chairman, was sentenced on Saturday by the Pakistan District and SesAccording to local media, Imran Khan, the PTI chairman, was sentenced on Saturday by the Pakistan District and Sessions Court to three years in prison for illegally selling official goods in the Toshakhana case. He also received a five-year political ban. According to Geo News, Imran Khan was also fined 100,000 Pakistani Rupees (PKR) by the court.

sions Court to three years in prison for illegally selling official goods in the Toshakhana case. He also received a five-year political ban. According to Geo News, Imran Khan was also fined 100,000 Pakistani Rupees (PKR) by the court.

of law as we do anywhere else.

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