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A court in Islamabad, Pakistan, on Monday rejected a request by former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to have his arrest warrant suspended in the Toshakhana case.

A court in Islamabad, Pakistan, on Monday rejected a request by former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to have his arrest warrant suspended in the Toshakhana case.

More Pakistani TV channels have been blocked from broadcasting speeches by former Prime Minister Imran Khan, the state media watchdog said, the latest hurdle the politician faces as he pushes for snap elections.

More Pakistani TV channels have been blocked from broadcasting speeches by former Prime Minister Imran Khan, the state media watchdog said, the latest hurdle the politician faces as he pushes for snap elections.

The cricketer-turned-politician has been pressuring the government for snap elections since his impeachment last year. However, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has vowed to complete his term by August this year.

The cricketer-turned-politician has been pressuring the government for snap elections since his impeachment last year. However, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has vowed to complete his term by August this year.

These developments come after former Pakistani Prime Minister and leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) dodged arrest on Sunday when Pakistani police reached his residence, but returned with assurances that Khan would appear in court on Monday Toshakhana -Case.

These developments come after former Pakistani Prime Minister and leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) dodged arrest on Sunday when Pakistani police reached his residence, but returned with assurances that Khan would appear in court on Monday Toshakhana -Case.

Khan, who has drawn tens of thousands to his rallies, a 70-year-old former cricket superstar, has been embroiled in a slew of complicated legal cases, a frequent part of Pakistan’s mud-slinging politics.

Here are the latest developments

Here are the latest developments

– The PTI leader was approached with his party workers and supporters while the police waited outside to arrest him

– The PTI leader was approached with his party workers and supporters while the police waited outside to arrest him

– Pakistani police returned empty-handed on Sunday after Khan’s lawyers assured them that Khan would appear in court on Monday

– Pakistani police returned empty-handed on Sunday after Khan’s lawyers assured them that Khan would appear in court on Monday

Imran Khan live speeches, replays prohibited

When police tried to arrest Khan late Sunday in connection with a corruption case, Pakistan’s electronic media regulator (PEMRA) banned his live speeches and replays effective immediately.

Imran Khan live speeches, replays prohibited

When police tried to arrest Khan late Sunday in connection with a corruption case, Pakistan’s electronic media regulator (PEMRA) banned his live speeches and replays effective immediately.

The order came after Khan addressed hundreds of supporters outside his home. “I’m subpoenaed in bogus cases and the nation should know about it,” he said.

“It will be a bad omen for the country if the nation does not stand up to the corrupt rulers.”

“It will be a bad omen for the country if the nation does not stand up to the corrupt rulers.”

PEMRA said he had made “baseless allegations and disseminated hate speech … against state institutions and officials” who are “likely to disturb the public peace.”

PEMRA said he had made “baseless allegations and disseminated hate speech … against state institutions and officials” who are “likely to disturb the public peace.”

Hours after the announcement, PEMRA also suspended private TV station ARY News, which supports Khan.

Hours after the announcement, PEMRA also suspended private TV station ARY News, which supports Khan.

Imran Khan requests suspension of arrest warrant

– On Monday, lawyers appearing before the Islamabad court on behalf of Imran Khan requested the stay of the arrest warrant against the former cricket legend in the Toshakhana case

Imran Khan requests suspension of arrest warrant

– On Monday, lawyers appearing before the Islamabad court on behalf of Imran Khan requested the stay of the arrest warrant against the former cricket legend in the Toshakhana case

– The plea by the Pakistani court Imran Khan calling for the stay of the arrest warrant against him in the Toshakhana case.

– The arrest warrant was issued last week after Khan failed to appear at hearings over a complaint over his failure to disclose his assets.

– The arrest warrant was issued last week after Khan failed to appear at hearings over a complaint over his failure to disclose his assets.

Allegations against Imran Khan

-Khan was in the crosshairs for buying gifts, including an expensive Graff wristwatch that he received at a reduced price as Prime Minister from the state custodian called Toshakhana, and selling it at a profit

Allegations against Imran Khan

-Khan was in the crosshairs for buying gifts, including an expensive Graff wristwatch that he received at a reduced price as Prime Minister from the state custodian called Toshakhana, and selling it at a profit

– In his asset statements, he is accused of hiding details of the gifts he withheld from the Toshakhana – a repository where gifts from foreign officials to government officials are kept.

– In his asset statements, he is accused of hiding details of the gifts he withheld from the Toshakhana – a repository where gifts are given from foreign officials to government officials.

– The electoral commission had disqualified the former cricket star in October for allegedly hiding monies made by selling government gifts he received as prime minister. The next hearing is scheduled for March 7th.

– The electoral commission had disqualified the former cricket star in October for allegedly hiding monies made by selling government gifts he received as prime minister. The next hearing is scheduled for March 7th.

(With contributions from agencies)

(With contributions from agencies)

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