‘Imran Khan’s visit sponsored by Davos Honesty’

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Imran Khan and Imran Chaudhry are sitting in Davos for a dinner. Photo: Imran Chaudhry

Dubai businessman Imran Chaudhry, who sponsors Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to Davos to attend the World Economic Forum last week, has said that he has long been a friend of Imran Khan and has given Prime Minister’s efforts and pains to Pakistan. Looking forward to sponsoring this tour.
During a speech in Davos on Thursday, Imran Khan revealed that his visit to attend the World Economic Farm was sponsored by his two business friends – Akram Sehgal and Imran Chaudhry.
According to Arab News, Imran Chaudhry has been based in Dubai for the past 35 years, where he has been involved in real estate, metals trading and recycling business. He has also invested in Saudi Arabia, including Bahrain, and is known as a charitable man, while Ikram Sehgal is a retired Army officer and businessman.
In an interview on Sunday, Imran Chaudhry declined to say how much money he had spent on Prime Minister’s visit to Davos yesterday, but according to him, he sponsored the visit because of his personal qualities.

Dining by Imran Chaudhry, several prominent businessmen attended (Photo: Imran Chowdhury)
‘I am not a politician nor in politics, but I support Imran Khan’s personality, honesty and the pain he has for Pakistan. My friendship with Imran Khan is 30 years old, since he was cricketer and was building Shaukat Khanum Hospital. ‘
On January 22, in Davos, Imran Chaudhry along with Saudi businessman Khalid Jofley jointly arranged a dinner for Imran Khan in honor of the delegation of Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.
The dinner was attended by several prominent businessmen from Saudi Arabia and UAE, including Dr. Klaus Schwab, head of the World Economic Forum.

Copy of dinner invitation from Davos (Photo: Imran Chaudhry)
In a press release issued by the government of Pakistan before Imran Khan’s visit to Davos, it was said that the visit of the prime minister to Pakistan would cost about $ 68,000.
The press release also said that “saving money is part of Imran Khan’s profit-driven campaign and has directed that the costs of attending his World Economic Forum be reduced.”



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