KARACHI (Reuters) - The Pakistani rupee fell to a record low on Monday because of increased dollar demand for import payments, especially oil, and dealers said the local unit was likely to remain under pressure. The rupee was traded at 85.80 today and is likely to hit 86 in the short-term, said a dealer at a local bank. The rupee ended at a record closing low of 85.75/80 to the dollar, compared with Fridays close of 85.67/72. Dealers also said exporters were holding on to dollars as they expect the rupee to further weaken.