The BBC travelled in the former prime minister’s convoy as he faces charges of corruption at a court in Islamabad.
The former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, is answering charges of corruption, which he dismisses as politically motivated, at a court in Islamabad
A warrant for his arrest was suspended on Friday on the condition that he appear at court.
He was accompanied by armed security as he left his home in Lahore, which was raided by police after he left.
The BBC’s Caroline Davies travelled with Mr Khan.