Speaking at a rally in Islamabad, the opposition leader said the judiciary’s ruling brought the country ‘a new hope’

Pakistan’s opposition leader, Imran Khan, has called for a future of “real democracy” in the country, following the dismissal of Nawaz Sharif as prime minister over corruption charges.

“We are thankful to the judiciary because with their judgment, they brought us a new hope,” Khan told a gathering of thousands of supporters on Sunday.

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