Islamabad will engage bilaterally with Washington and co-hosts of summit to promote and strengthen democratic principles, says Pakistan's Foreign Ministry.
Opposition PTI leader takes a dig at the government and announces his multi-point plan that he says would pull the South Asian country out of the current economic crisis.
Police in Lahore and the capital Islamabad have been conducting raids to arrest the leaders and workers of Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, police and party members confirmed.
The charges include terrorism, obstructing police officers in carrying out their tasks, attacks on police, wounding officers and threatening their lives.
Lawyer says the court has cancelled the arrest warrant after marking the former prime minister's attendance and has scheduled the next hearing on March 30.
The warrant relates to his non-appearance in an Islamabad court to answer a case brought by the country's election body, which accused him of not declaring gifts received during his time as premier.
Former prime minister's lawyer says dismissal of petition to suspend the non-bailable arrest warrant means that Khan can be arrested.
Police had surrounded the 70-year-old opposition leader’s house in the city of Lahore since Tuesday, but his supporters fought battles with security forces to prevent the arrest.
Hundreds of PTI supporters had ringed Khan's residence on Wednesday morning, holding off fresh attempts by police to storm the premises.
Supporters of Khan clashed with police overnight as he remained holed up in his Lahore residence, defying attempts to arrest him.
Clashes erupted outside Imran Khan's house in Lahore after police from Islamabad arrived to arrest him on charges of threatening a judge in one of his speeches last year.
Police detained at least two dozen supporters of the former premier ahead of the planned rally, which was to start in Lahore's upscale Zaman Park area where Imran Khan lives.
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