PM Khan to watch Pak-India match

Pauline Gross
September 18, 2018

Prime Minister Imran Khan will watch the Pakistan-India Asia Cup clash in Dubai on Wednesday, diplomatic sources said.

It will also sell the four surplus helicopters lying unused with the Cabinet Division, Naeem-ul-Haq, the Prime Minister's Special Assistant for Political Affairs, said.

"The Prime Minister will meet Saudi leadership and will discuss regional and global issues", another senior government official said.

The auction's top-billing items, a pair of Mercedes Maybach S-600s acquired in 2016 under former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, were also snubbed.

A man writes down the details of a government owned vehicle on sale during an auction at the premises of Prime Minister's House in Islamabad. The PM expressed satisfaction over the current direction of bilateral relations and expressed the hope that the two countries would further strengthen this into a multi-faceted strategic partnership.

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The people of this deprived class can't get jobs without ID cards and passports, so our government has made a decision to issue them computerised national identity cards and passports, Khan said according to Samaa TV.

The PM's first visit overseas has opened a "pandora box", with critics arguing why Khan had to take the special plane for Riyadh visit as there are no serious threats for the Pakistani premier in the Islamic kingdom.

Speaking in Islamabad, Mr Javid said the partnership will strive for "justice and accountability".

Earlier, in a similar fashion, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi also used the PAF plane for his first tour to Kabul over the weekend. The two sides discussed various areas of regional and bilateral cooperation. He appreciated the Department of International Development's contribution to the development of socio-economic sectors in Pakistan.

The two countries closely cooperate under the institutional framework of the Enhanced Strategic Dialogue.

Other reports by GizPress

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