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Imran Khan didn't kill himself

It's never boring in Pakistan:

The Supreme Court of Pakistan has ordered the immediate release of Imran Khan, the former Pakistan cricketer and Prime Minister, from custody after declaring his arrest "unlawful" on Thursday. The Chief Justice of Pakistan's Supreme Court, Umar Ata Bandial, ordered Imran's immediate release after the warrants through which he was arrested in Islamabad on Tuesday were also declared null and void.

One part dangerous and one part incompetence:

"They want to either arrest or disqualify me because they are scared [of the fact] that my party is one of the most popular in Pakistan's history," Imran Khan had told Al Jazeera in March, as attempts to arrest him from his residence in Lahore were underway. Last November, Imran suffered bullet wounds to his leg after an assassination attempt while he was leading a protest march in Wazirabad in Punjab.


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