Khan's supporters clashed with police after the ex-premier, a popular opposition leader, was recently dragged out of a courtroom and arrested in a graft case.
Pakistan is in turmoil following the arrest and subsequent release of popular opposition leader and former Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan has appeared in court, a day after he was dragged from another court and arrested in Islamabad.
The arrest drew nationwide condemnation from the supporters of the popular opposition leader and former cricket star.
Police in Pakistan have stormed former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s residence in the eastern city of Lahore and arrested more than 60 people.
A gunman opened fire at a container truck carrying Khan, wounding him lightly in the foot.
The charges accuse Khan of threatening police officers and a judge under the country’s sedition act.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has been ousted after several of his allies deserted him.
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