Imran Khan banned from politics for 5 years

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Imran Khan, former Prime Minister of Pakistan, was sentenced to a 5-year political ban. Khan, who lost a vote of no confidence in parliament in April last year, was arrested and sentenced to 3 years in prison on charges of selling state gifts and concealing assets.

Imran Khan banned from politics for 5 years

Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has been banned from politics. Khan's government had fallen in April last year after a vote of no confidence in parliament.

Former Pakistani Prime Minister has been banned from politics for 5 years in the Toshakhana case, which includes accusations of selling state gifts and concealing assets, Ihlas News Agency reported.

Khan, who was sentenced to 3 years in prison and arrested in the Toshakhana case involving charges of selling state gifts and concealing assets, was banned from politics for 5 years.

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) based the political ban on Section 232 of the Elections Act 2017 and Article 63(1)(h) of the Constitution, citing Khan's jail sentence.

Khan's government had fallen in April last year following a no-confidence vote in parliament.

Source: Ihlas News Agency

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