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Imran Khan meets a British High Commissioner

Imran Khan meets a British High Commissioner

Christian British High Commissioner condemns Imran Khan’s assassins.

The British High Commissioner to Pakistan their thoughts were shared by him during his Monday discussion with the former prime minister. The meeting also included participation from PTI Senior Vice President Fawad Chaudhry and PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja.

On this occasion, the British High Commissioner asked how the former prime minister was doing and sent him best wishes for a quick recovery. The upcoming test series between England and Pakistan was also discussed at the conference. The PTI chairman wished the English cricket team well on their tour to Pakistan and gave the Punjab government instructions to make sure will be foolproof security throughout their stay. The PCB later gave the PTI chairman a briefing on the Gaddafi Stadium lease.

Ahead of the Rawalpindi demonstration, the former premier met with members of the Punjabi administration, including Musaddiq Abbasi and Omar Sarfraz Cheema, who serve as advisors on accountability. At the meeting, planning for the rally and current political topics were discussed. Cheema provided an update on the security measures put in place in Rawalpindi and for the England Team. He briefed the group on the tent city that had been erected in Rawalpindi to house the attendees.

On November 26, “convoys will leave from central Punjab,” he stated. On this occasion, Khan urged the authorities to rally support for the November 26 appeal, stressing that convoys travelling to Rawalpindi should have impenetrable protection.

Farmers Board

Additionally, a team of farmers led by PTI lawmaker Jamshed Cheema visited the PTI chairman and briefed him on their agricultural difficulties. The delegation included representatives from the Kisan Board, Kisan Etihad, Kisan Foundation Pakistan, and PTI Kisan Wing. The delegation also informed Khan of a sharp jump in the price of agricultural inputs and informed him that previous floods had devastated their crops and they had not received any compensation. On this occasion, Khan stated that it was concerning that the government had not taken sufficient action to prevent the shutdown of sugar mills, adding that helping farmers was one of the PTI administration’s top goals. He promised the group that every effort would be made to address the issues Punjabi farmers are now facing.

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