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Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan told Trump to rectify his records: Aid was nuts

In the latest hot tweets exchange between TRUMP and Pakistan PM Imran Khan, world has observed entirety different attitude from underestimated country like PAKISTAN. Not only Trump but none of his cabinet was expecting such a instant and blunt response on twitter just in few mins after Trump put on his tweet. This made them realize the insight of Khans regime in PAKISTAN. On the other hand Pentagon without a moment longer than necessary got on spot and recorded their verdict which was inverse of the President. Pentagon clearly confessed Pakistan is still a critical and supportive ally in the region

Trumps in his media talk point out Pakistan role against the aid given was not enough. I am not satisfied with the response hence halt the aid $1.3 billion.

In response to Trumps media talk, in just short of few minutes Newly elected Prime Minister Imran Khan replied in his tweet that they lost 75000 people lives and $123 billion however in return we just got $20 billion which is nuts.

He also told clearly that we wont be a part of any ones war at the same cost anymore. We will have our own interest on the top and anything like “Do More” will be rejected at earliest

Reason why PM Imran Khan has reacted so furious and angrily?

He has a serious concern over post effect of war against terror the lives they have lost and the economy destruction is irreplaceable. On the other hand one should not forget that Pakistan is no more dependent on US financial aid. They have got various sources that are keen to pour in Pakistan’s economy in an hour of need. Countries like China , KSA, UAE , Malaysia, Turkey and many more holds keen interest in Pakistan due to its CPEC project and they strongly believe Gawadar is future Dubai.

So in such scenarios where many countries are interested to help the drowning economy why would the PM like Imran Khan would beg for nuts?

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What happened when French President called Prime Minister of Pakistan?

 

French President Emmanuel Macron was put on hold by Prime Minister Imran Khan after the former dialed an unscheduled call during the premier’s meeting with senior media persons at prime Minister’s Office.

According to details which were later confirmed by various sources, PM Khan received an unscheduled call from Macron on Friday during his meeting with top anchorpersons associated with various media organisations.

During the meeting, Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua asked the premier to attend a telephone call from the French president, however, Imran Khan told her that he was busy.

The incident was also confirmed by anchorperson Hamid Mir in a tweeet.

“New Pakistan.French President @EmmanuelMacron called Prime Minister of Pakistan @ImranKhanPTI today but he was busy in a meeting with journalists including me Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua wanted PM to attend the call but PM said I am busy here tell them to call in 30 minutes,” the journalist tweeted.

PM Pakistan intends to make house in order, will skip UN session Sep 18

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan’s new Prime Minister Imran Khan will skip next month’s United Nations General Assembly session to focus his attention on the country’s economy, said his foreign minister.

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi will head the Pakistani delegation at 73rd U.N. General Assembly session set to open on September 18.

“No, the prime minister is not going. I will lead Pakistani delegation,” Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi told reporters on Tuesday evening.

There was a debate in Pakistan whether the new prime minister would attend the U.N. session or stay home as part of his austerity drive and focus on economic issues.

“The prime minister of Pakistan thinks that the present situation in country needs attention,” Qureshi told the media.

He said Khan wants to focus on his new government, sworn in earlier this month, and a looming currency crisis which threatens to derail the fast-growing economy.

Pakistan’s economy expanded at 5.8 percent in the last fiscal year, its quickest pace in 13 years, but the rupee currency has been devalued four times since December. Interest rates have been raised three times.

Imran Khan officially sworn in as Prime Minister of Pakistan : Received Guard of Honour

Imran Khan was officially sworn in as Pakistan’s prime minister on Saturday. The cricket star-turned-politician assumed the nation’s leading office after his party, the Pakistan Movement for Justice, won the most parliamentary seats in the general election in July. Khan received 176 votes in the 342-seat National Assembly, just short of a majority, which means a coalition will have to be formed. Khan, 65, who used to lead the national cricket team, is also known as a philanthropist and previously served in the parliament.

First address to the Nation as PM Pakistan , Commitments he did with the Nation

It was not an easy journey for any individual who lacks political inheritance and struggled all by himself for 22 years to get his most difficult goal accomplished. That’s what his rivals, Journalist, International establishment, media and celebrities believe. From 1996 to 2018, from first elections he failed to win a single seat, in 2003 he won maiden seat form Mianwali, in 2008 he boycott, in 2013 he grabbed 32 NA seats which was game changing and in final round in 2018 he got a sweeping majority in 2 main states Punjab and KPK and in federal. It is 3rd consecutive democratic government transition took place which is significantly very important.

People have high expectations from him as he promised he improve people quality of living, will minimize poverty, inflation, will educate 2 billion children suffering of lack of education. Basically people were fed up of 2 traditional parties PMLN and PPP who were in power for more than 3 decades and it is basically the alternate option people eventually got. IN 2013 he got a chance to make government in KP, and it is believed that people in KP never give a second chance if they fails to deliver but Imran Khan got better majority in KPK this time. So people have expectations that he will apply same strategy in Punjab and make this state which has 65% of the population better in all aspects.

HOPE FOR THE BEST AND CONGRATULATIONS NEW PRIME MINISTER PAKISTAN IMRAN KHAN 

Noah’s thinks President Trump & PM Imran Khan share dupe attributes

South African comedian Trevor Noah has compared Pakistan’s would-be prime minister Imran Khan to US President Donald Trump, stressing that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief’s background story was “unnervingly similar” to that of Trump’s, wherein the two belonged to privileged families and were known for their good looks.

In the latest episode of Noah’s show, the comedian compared Pakistan’s Prime Minister-elect, Imran Khan to the US President Donald Trump. Noah stressed that Khan’s background story is eerily similar to that of Trump’s, wherein the two belonged to privileged families and were known for their good looks.

In a throwback interview presented on the show, Khan describes his lavish lair to “not be that lavish” after all. Instead, he says that he has tried to make it “comfortable” for himself. Noah then points out at a picture of Khan’s old bedroom that he believes is a “part of Pakistan’s Trump Tower”.

Calling Khan an “even more tan version of Trump,” the 34-year-old TV host added that media outlets portray Khan and Trump similarly as well. One clip from the show features a political commentator stating that Khan seems to contradict himself during speeches — something the US President has also often been accused of.

Noah also went ahead to compare Trump and Khan’s career choices, stating that “while was Trump was doing pizza ads, Khan was promoting Pepsi”. Noah joked, “Trump has three marriages in the tabloid, so did Khan. Trump thinks Islam is bad, Khan lives is Islamabad.”

He also pointed out that shortly before the two were elected in their respective countries, they were both embroiled in sexual harassment scandals. Noah also spoke of the similarity of words in Trump’s and Khan’s interviews.

Noah concluded with yet another joke, saying, “I don’t know if Prime Minister Khan will turn out to be exactly like President Trump. All I’m saying is that if you’re planning to move to Pakistan to escape Trump, you might want to pick some place else.”

Premier in waiting has a message for people on 71st Independence Day of Pakistan

 

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan, prime minister-in-waiting,  has shared a historic picture of his maternal uncle (husband of his mother’s sister) and his mother’s paternal uncle sitting along with the founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam M. Ali Jinnah and the thinker of Pakistan  Dr Allama Iqbal at the Round Table Conference in London 1932.

In his message on the 72nd independence day of Pakistan, PTI chief  vowed to steer country out of crises, saying; “On this independence day I am filled with the greatest optimism. Despite our grave economic crises, due to corruption & cronyism, I know if we are united in our resolve, we will rise to the challenge & Pak will become the great nation envisaged by our Quaid & Iqbal”

Khan also shared a historical picture of his relatives on the day with the caption; “In this historic picture of Quaid-i-Azam & Iqbal, at the Round Table Conference in London 1932, my khalu Dr Jehangir Khan and my mother’s chacha Zaman Khan ( Zaman Park named after him ) were also present.

Where new PM Pakistan Imran Khan will be residing during his premiership ?

On 26th July approximately 18 hours after polling ending, PTI Chairman Imran Khan made a speech and claimed to be emerged as single largest party in National Assembly. He made several commitment during his mass gatherings in last 5 years in which one of the urge was to opt simplicity instead lavish governing style, he announced he will feel shame if he shifts to PM house when the nation is suffering with so many hardships.

Islamabad Police met Khan and told him that SOP cant be implemented in Banigala’s residence so he has to move whereas Imran Khan asked him to selected the lowest standard residence in Minister Enclave.

A house in the Ministers’ Enclave in Islamabad will be declared the official residence of Imran Khan, who is set to become Pakistan’s new prime minister, as his private house is vulnerable to threats, according to a media report.

Khan’s Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) has emerged as the single largest party in the National Assembly after the July 25 elections. Khan, 65, would take oath as the prime minister on August 11.

Khan, in his victory speech on July 26, had announced that he would not use the Prime Minister’s House as his residence and that his party would later decide the fate of the building.

Shortly after his party’s victory in the elections, the police and the district administration started extending VVIP protocol and security to Khan. Security was tightened around Khan’s Banigala residence, Dawn newspaper reported.

Senior police officers visited Khan’s Banigala residence and assessed the home and the area around it, including the hills.

The police officials said there was no standard operating procedure for the prime minister in-waiting, but since Khan is likely to be the next prime minister, necessary measures have been taken for his security, the report said.

They discussed security issues with PTI leader Naeemul Haq as well as the chief security officer of the residence, it said.

Issues regarding the official residence of the prime minister-in-waiting also came under discussion. The officials briefed them about the standard operating procedure (SOP) related to the security and protocol of the prime minister, the report added.

The senior officers also met Khan and briefed him about security and protocol.

During the meeting, the district administration officials told him that his residence could not be provided foolproof security as the area was open and vulnerable to threats.

Earlier, there was an option to declare Banigala residence as Khan’s official residence.

Khan then agreed not to use Banigala as his official residence, the officials told Dawn.

A few more options were also given to him, including using an accommodation at the Ministers’ Enclave, which he accepted, the report said.

However, he asked for a lowest category house at the enclave, it said.

There are flats which fall in the lowest category, but since necesary SOPs and protocol for prime minister could not be implemented there, the senior officers advised Khan against using a flat and instead prefer a house to which Khan agreed, the report said.