Imran Khan opposes Bilawal Bhutto’s visit to India


The chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and former Prime Minister, Imran Khan opposed Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto’s visit to India.

According to the media reports, the PTI Chairman reached the Islamabad High Court on Thursday after which he was brought to the courtroom in a wheelchair. The PTI Vice Chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Fawad Chaudhry were also present in the courtroom with Imran Khan.

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On this occasion, the journalist asked the Prime Minister to comment on Bilawal Bhutto’s visit to India, to which Imran Khan said that Kashmir is not an issue for him.

In the courtroom, the journalist asked if there are meetings with the Americans. In response, the former Prime Minister said that we want good relations with every country.

Also, while talking informally in the courtroom, Imran Khan said that the 5-member bench has been named in the Lahore High Court, who are in danger of life. He said that said if he takes his name, then the newspapers will not print his name, he is running a caretaker government.

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