Pakistan’s former prime minister Imran Khan plans to resume his push for snap elections in the South Asian nation even as he faces legal worries that could derail his political career.
Khan asked his supporters to prepare for the new protest — the “True Freedom” movement —which would start Saturday. He gave no other details. In the past, the former leader has held large public rallies and urged his supporters to march to the capital Islamabad.
It comes as the Islamabad High Court was set to formally charge him with contempt for angry comments against a female judge.