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Pakistan court to hear PM Imran Khan's defence of blocking ouster

Khan, a former cricket star, lost his parliamentary majority last week and had been facing a no-confidence vote tabled by the opposition that he was expected to lose on Sunday

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Pakistan  | Prime Minister Imran Khan

Reuters  |  Islamabad 



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Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan (Photo: Reuters)

Lawyers for Pakistani Prime Minister began their defence in the Supreme Court on Wednesday of his bid to block an opposition attempt to oust him, a move his critics say was unconstitutional and has ushered in political turmoil.

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First Published: Wed, April 06 2022. 13:27 IST

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