PM Khan Claims To Have Returned After World Cup Win

by Chandrani Sarkar July 26, 2019

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has been greeted warmly by his party workers, as he returned from his first official tour to the United States, claims it seems as if he came back after a remarkable victory in the World Cup.    

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief had embarked on a 3-days official visit to Washington to retune the tensed bilateral relationship with the world power. PM Khan held talks with the United States President Donald Trump at the White House, and also met the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

Upon his return to Pakistan on Wednesday, many senior party leaders were present to greet him at Islamabad International Airport. 

While speaking to source, PM Khan said that it seemed to him as if he was returning to the nation after a great victory and not from an official visit.   

Addressing his supporters, PM Khan was quoted saying, “We have to make a ‘New Pakistan’. We are confident that Pakistan will become a great country as thought by great poet and philosopher, Allama Iqbal but this won’t happen by begging. Neither have I bowed before anyone nor will I let Pakistanis bow before anyone. Countries who have become great have never begged for anything.”

While returning from the United States, PM Khan has made a brief stop in Qatar and met Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al-Thani, where both the leaders have also discussed strengthening of relations between the two nations.

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