MD PTV removed after typo during PM Imran’s China speech

Pauline Gross
November 7, 2018

"I want to get out of prison".

Pakistan's recently elected Prime Minister Imran Khan is one of the most popular premier of the country in recent times.

Emphasizing that all stakeholders must engage in dialogue process, Prime Minster Imran Khan on Wednesday called for opening channels of humanitarian assistance for the people suffering from starvation in Yemen.

She further threw challenge of debate to anyone who has doubts on Imran Khan. "Even the Sahaba [Companions of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)] had made mistakes in their lives and when they embraced Islam, their past mistakes were forgiven".

Imran Khan has reaffirmed Pakistan's commitment to play its role in bringing all the parties on the negotiating table for a political settlement of the Yemen conflict.

The message has been conveyed to PM Khan through a letter of Ministry of Foreign Affairs. There was no official statement by the Pakistani government on discussions regarding Dr Siddiqui.

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Dr Siddiqui has been in prison since 2010 on charges of attempted murder and assault on USA military personnel during an interview with U.S. authorities in Ghazni, charges which Siddiqui denies.

After 18 months in detention, she was tried and convicted in early 2010 and sentenced to 86 years in prison.

Dr Siddiqui's supporters claimed that she was arrested in Pakistan and transferred to USA custody.

"We believe our ties withstood the test of times in domestic and worldwide changes", she said.

Aafia, an MIT graduate, allegedly went missing for five years before she was discovered in Afghanistan. It is believed that she snatched a gun during an interrogation in Afghanistan and tried to shoot a United States soldier.

Besides agreeing to strengthen the all-weather strategic partnership, both the countries have also agreed to expand the CPEC projects and establish strategic dialogue mechanism between their foreign ministers, she said.

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