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“If Prime Minister Imran wants Trump to even sit in a cabinet meeting, sir,” said the British national aide | Instant News

British-Pakistani businessman Zulfikar Bukhari on Tuesday made a fanciful statement about the boundary line between Imran Khan being Pakistan’s Prime Minister or ‘king’, saying that if Imran wanted it, even Donald Trump would attend their cabinet meeting. Bukhari who currently serves as Special Assistant to the Prime Minister of Pakistan’s Foreign and Human Resources Development said that anyone can attend a Pakistani cabinet meeting about extending the invitation and that the US President can be one of them if invited.

“If the PM wishes, even Donald Trump can sit in a cabinet meeting. Under business rules, anyone can be allowed to sit in a cabinet meeting under the Prime Minister’s invitation. I am not a member, but I can attend the meeting at the invitation of the PM. Weekly invitations are sent, “said Zulfikar Bukhari, responding to criticism for his presence, given his citizenship.

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Previously Bukhari enthusiastically supported Imran Khan’s ‘Naya Pakistan Calling’ job portal, which received a warm response from foreign citizens who called it an initiative that would carve out a path for expatriates to get involved in the decision making process and state policy.

Bukhari also supports the leadership of the Imran Khan and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) parties in dealing with the Coronavirus crisis, saying that “Pakistan could be in a completely different place today, if it were not for the right leadership.” His pride in the nation’s handling of Coronavirus came when the count of Pakistan’s coronavirus crossed 263,496 by detecting 1,579 new cases in the last 24 hours along with the national death toll of 5,568. Meanwhile, top leadership in Pakistan and lawmakers also tested positive for the disease including Pakistan’s Health Minister, Zafar Mirza, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, tested positive for COVID.

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Imran Khan discussed the situation with the Cabinet when the number of corona viruses jumped to 32,081 | Instant News

May 12, 2020 13:27 IST

Islamabad [Pakistan]May 12 (ANI): Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has called for a federal cabinet meeting to review steps taken by the government to curb the spread of the corona virus, when the national count rose to 32,081 on Tuesday, with 1,140 new cases registered in the past 24 hours.
At least 39 new deaths have been reported in the past 24 hours, increasing the country’s death rate to 706, while a total of 8,555 patients have recovered so far, Express Tribune reports citing official figures.
A total of 11,869 cases were reported in Punjab, 12,017 in Sindh, 4,875 in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, 2,061 in Balochistan, 457 in Gilgit-Baltistan, 716 in Islamabad and 87 in Kashmir occupied by Pakistan.
The meeting of the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC), which decides for the COVID-19 situation in the country, is chaired by the Federal Minister for Planning and Development of Asad Umar.
The meeting will discuss the safety of health workers, opening of shops and markets with compliance with standard operating procedures (SOP) and time, and laboratory categorization in terms of performance, the prime minister’s office said.
The meeting will also discuss the effects of the virus on the economy, he added.
The Khan government has extended partial locking in the country until May 31 but opened several businesses at the same time, including all retail stores, community markets and small shops excluding large shopping centers and all parks, walkways, golf clubs, tennis courts and its kind. facilities without public meetings.
People across Pakistan have begun crowding the market after locking up the national coronavirus subsided on Saturday, even though doctors and medical practitioners are warning of the number of daily infections. (ANI)


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