Police in Pakistan have charged the country’s former Prime Minister, Imran Khan, under anti-terror laws.
Officials accused Mr Khan of breaching the country’s anti-terrorism act for allegedly making threats against the state officials.
He has been a vocal critic of the government and the country’s army since he was ousted from power in April in a no-confidence vote.
Police announced the charges after the cricketer-turned-politician accused authorities of torturing his close aide, who is himself being detained under sedition charges.
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