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Imran Khan’s latest Instagram post solidifies his ‘most handsome PM’ title | Instant News

KARACHI: Prime Minister Imran Khan appears to be experiencing a nostalgic Sunday, with the latest photo shared by him arguably reinforcing the title of “most handsome PM”.

The cricketer turned politician has posted throwback photos from his early days when he was the darling of many young women not only from Pakistan but around the world.

In the photo, PM Imran is seen wearing a stylish gray and black sweater, with a brown leather jacket over his shoulders. With slightly unkempt hair, he stared at the camera with his trademark gloomy expression.

Behind it, which is unmistakably the wall of a road in Pakistan, is slogans and graffiti. However, his other hand was as usual in his pocket – a pose he often did in his old photographs.

In nearly five hours, Imran Khan’s photo on Instagram garnered more than 110,000 “likes” and over 1,600 comments, showing that people are liking his amazing posts.

PM Imran Khan has made it a habit to share what he calls ‘Old Time Photos’ on his Instagram account whenever he pauses to respond to criticism from the Opposition.

Last week, he posted a photo of himself from nearly three decades ago following the historic 1992 World Cup where Pakistan won after beating England in the final by 22 runs.

Previously, PM Imran Khan had shared a rarely seen photo of himself with his parents.

“Together with my parents in 1976,” wrote the prime minister in the caption, in which he is seen standing to the left of his mother and father standing on the right.

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Building Karachi is a must to realize the dream of a prosperous Pakistan: Governor Imran Ismail | Instant News

The development of Karachi means that the development of the entire country as the dream of a prosperous Pakistan cannot be achieved without building its economic center.

Sindh governor Imran Ismail said this on Saturday during a speech at the inauguration ceremony for the renovated Taman Haji Rehmatullah Eidgah in Federal Area B.

He expressed his determination to restore the hustle and bustle of the city of Karachi, saying that Prime Minister Imran Khan is committed to solving the Karachi issue and that is why he has announced a massive building package for the city.

Ismail is of the view that the newly announced Karachi development package will be of great use to solve the city’s problems. He said the PM had asked MPs from Karachi to work in their respective constituencies to solve the problems of their citizens.

The governor also congratulated MNA Aslam Khan on his efforts to revive the park, which was previously turned into a garbage dump. He also welcomed community participation in the park restoration work.

Guru Nanak’s birthday

Meanwhile, the Governor said that the PM has the determination to ensure the granting of rights to religious minorities in the country. He made this point while speaking at a ceremony to commemorate the 551th birthday of the founder of the Sikh religion, Baba Guru Nank.

He said that no one in Pakistan is considered a second class citizen and that is why the people of the Sikh community are very close to the hearts of Pakistanis.

He said the rights of religious minorities in Pakistan were no less than the rights of the country’s Muslim majority. He added that on the contrary, Muslims in India are being persecuted and discriminated against on the basis of religion.

He appealed to the world community to become aware of the problem of oppression and injustice being perpetrated against Muslims in India.

Ismail said that Baba Guru Nanak’s teachings stood to serve humanity. He added that the government is obliged to protect the life and property of every citizen according to Islamic teachings.

Pakistani Sikh Council Chairman Sardar Ramesh Singh thanked the governor for holding a ceremony at the Governor’s Building to commemorate Baba Guru Nanak’s birthday.

He said the Sikh people were willing to make sacrifices for the progress and development of the country.


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PM Imran Khan said that Pak’s Army did not pressure him, attacking the Opposition | Instant News

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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan said the Pakistani Army was not pressuring him, lashing out at Opposition parties in his latest interview.

“The army hasn’t [directed] I did one thing I didn’t want to do, “he said.” I will fight the soldiers if they pressure me. All foreign policy [being implemented today] Mine, you can check with the PTI manifesto, ”he added.

The prime minister was interviewed by a private news channel where he spoke on various issues and also aimed at the leadership of the Opposition.

The prime minister said Pakistan’s foreign policy today centered around the PTI manifesto, adding that the world praised Pakistan for advocating a non-military solution to the conflict.

“There is pressure on us to take sides in conflicts of any Muslim country, we said we will remain neutral and play our part in uniting Muslim countries,” he said.

Responding to questions, he said former PTI secretary general Jahangir Tareen was going through “difficult times” but said he would not interfere in the sugar probe probe.

“Jahangir Tareen is very close to us [in the past], we have worked closely together in the past, “he said.” Tareen says he is innocent. The investigation is ongoing, I will not interfere in institutional matters, ”added the prime minister.

Prime Minister Imran Khan said that under his rule, an investigation into a sugar cartel was launched for the first time in Pakistan’s history. He said that the FIR had also been registered against Tareen.

‘We need Fayyaz Chohan and Firdous Ashiq Awan’

The prime minister was asked about the former spokesman for the Punjab government, Fayyaz Chohan who was shown the door a few weeks ago and Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan was appointed as special assistant to the chief minister of Punjab.

“We need Fayyaz Chohan and Firdous Ashiq Awan,” he said. “To win games you sometimes need to change teams,” added PM Imran Khan.

The Prime Minister said that Chohan wanted the “strong” service that was being served him now.

Speaking further about the Punjab government, PM Imran Khan said that PTI has brought in people based on merit. “The same arrangement applies in Punjab for the last 30 years,” he said. “We bring in people based on merit.”

He said that the new Punjab IG was doing a wonderful job, adding that Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar was doing a commendable job as far as development projects were concerned.

“You will see that after five years, Usman Buzdar will become the number one prime minister in this country,” he said.

PM lashed out at Opposition leaders, calling them ‘elected’

Asked to respond to accusations of being the “elected” prime minister, PM Imran Khan said he could not understand their criticism of him.

He said PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari was the leader of his party because “she had shown him a piece of paper” (referring to Benazir Bhutto’s will) and Maryam Nawaz led PML-N because she was Nawaz Sharif’s daughter.

“And they are making these accusations against a man who has been fighting in politics for the last 22 years,” said the prime minister, referring to himself.

He said that the PML-N and PPP leaders had opened corruption cases against themselves. “Nawaz Sharif put Asif Zardari in prison,” he said. “Our government is only making a case against Shahbaz Sharif.”

Referring to former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s medical condition, the prime minister said that when he read the PML-N chief medical report, he couldn’t help but wonder if someone could suffer from so many diseases.

“Nobody pressured me to send Nawaz Sharif abroad,” he said. “Nobody put pressure on me and nobody could do it,” added Prime Minister Imran Khan.

The prime minister said that whatever he does, ISI and IB know about it.


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PM Imran Khan asked the Head of PTI AJK to start raising votes | Instant News

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan Friday directed Pakistani President Tehreek-e-Insaf AJK Lawyer Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry to start a campaign for the upcoming elections in the region.

To this end, former Prime Minister Azad Kashmir and President of PTI Kashmir Barrister Sultan Mehmood had a one-on-one meeting with the Prime Minister. On this occasion, Imran said that we support the Kashmiri people and will continue to support them at every level. “We will raise our voice at every forum against the ongoing Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir and put India on the defensive. We will continue our efforts at the international level for the right to self-determination of the Kashmiri people, ”the prime minister stressed.

Sultan Mehmood’s lawyers congratulated Imran Khan on PTI’s victory in the Gilgit-Baltistan election and also briefed on the political situation in Azad Kashmir.

Imran said even though they are late campaigning in Gilgit-Balsitan but in Azad Kashmir, we will start working on it soon. Sultan Mehmood’s lawyer thanked PM Imran Khan for giving the Insaf Health Card to everyone in Azad Kashmir. On this occasion, Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry invited PM Imran Khan to the launch of the Insaf Health Card in Azad Kashmir, the Prime Minister accepted the invitation. The Insaf Healthy Card launch event will be held in the next few days.


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PM Imran Khan visits Chaudhrys | Instant News

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan managed to win over the government’s estranged ally, PML-Q, on Wednesday after holding a private meeting with the Chaudhry brothers.

Geo News reported that the prime minister arrived at the residence of PML-Q chief Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain in Lahore to inquire about his health. Sources confirm that two meetings were held between the delegates.

At the first meeting attended the aide to prime minister Shahbaz Gill and Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar, while the PML-Q delegation consisted of Moonis Elahi, Salik Hussain and Federal Minister Tariq Bashir Cheema.

The prime minister then held a one-on-one meeting with Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi and Chaudhry Shujaat, where discussions were held in a friendly atmosphere.

Sources said that after the meeting ended, brother Chaudhry’s objections were responded to. Earlier, reports of discrepancies between the government and PML-Q emerged after coalition allies PTI missed a lunch held earlier this month by the prime minister at the PM’s Office.


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