No one yet received invitation to attain Imran Kahn’s Oath taking ceremony in Pakistan, says Indian Government

No one yet received invitation to attain Imran Kahn’s Oath taking ceremony in Pakistan, says Indian Government

On Thursday, the Ministry of External affairs confirms that no one in India has yet received an invitation to attend Pakistan’s newly elected Prime Minister’s Oath taking ceremony.

Imran Khan, the popular and swearing-in of Pakistan cricket turned a politician and most importantly the Prime Minister of Pakistan.

Raveesh Kumar, a spokesperson of Ministry replied that “we have not received any such request,” in response to a media query.

Mr. Kumar continued, “I have read in the media that some people have said that if they go they will seek MEA’s advice.”

“If they approach us, then we will decide what advice to give,” he added.

Earlier there was information that PM Khan will invite some Indian’s fellow cricketers and Bollywood stars at his Oath-taking Ceremony. However, nothing is confirmed until yet.

The oath-taking ceremony of Pakistan’s newly elected Prime Minister Imran Khan was schedule initially on August 11, which is postponed for now and updated is to be announced.

by Chandrani Sarkar on August 10, 2018

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