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Sons get emotional during call with incarcerated Imran Khan: sources

The former PM spoke to his sons for around half an hour

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PTI chief Imran Khan on Saturday spoke to his sons on the phone from Adiala jail in Rawalpindi, sources said.

The former prime minister spoke to his sons Qasim and Sulaiman for half an hour through Whatsapp, they added.

During the call, both sons of Khan got emotional, on which the former prime minister consoled them, sources said.

It is pertinent to mention that Special court Judge Abu Alhasnaat Zulqurnain had allowed the PTI chief to speak to his sons from jail and ordered the Adiala Jail superintendent to make arrangement for the telephonic conversation on October 18.

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Read: Ex-foreign secretary Asad Majeed becomes witness in cipher case

Imran Khan is currently in Adiala Jail in the cipher case registerd under the Official Secrets Act. The case accuses him of revealing contents of a ‘classified’ cipher sent when he was prime minister, thus violating the Official Secrets Act.

He was kept in Attock Jail since his arrest in August, but was recently moved to Adiala Jail in Rawalpindi on the orders of the Islamabad High Court.

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