PoliticsA new controversy arose when US envoy Ilhan Omar met Imran Khan

A new controversy arose when US envoy Ilhan Omar met Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD: US envoy Ilhan Omar is on a visit to Islamabad, the first visit to Pakistan by a US lawmaker since the new government took office last week, but a meeting with former Prime Minister Imran Khan A new controversy has arisen.

According to the PTV news channel, this meeting of Ihan Omar is also causing controversy because Imran Khan is constantly blaming the United States for his constitutional removal from power.

Ilhan Omar met several Pakistani leaders, including President Arif Alvi, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, Minister of State for External Affairs Hina Khar and Speaker of the National Assembly Raja Pervez Ashraf, but in fact his meeting with Imran Khan received the most attention.

Dr. Shirin Mazari, who holds the ministry of human rights in Imran Khan’s cabinet, tweeted about the meeting.

Ilhan praised Imran Khan and his stance and work against Islamophobia globally, Imran Khan appreciated his bold and principled stance on issues.

Social media immediately asked Imran Khan about his meeting with the US legislator and reminded him how the meeting of opposition figures with US officials was criticized.

Not only journalists but also the general public and users of other social media platforms on Twitter found out the reason for the meeting.

Government officials also jumped into the debate and did not refrain from criticizing Imran Khan on the issue.

Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah asked Imran Khan if his meeting with Ilhan Omar was a conspiracy or an interference. He asked what conspiracy was being hatched.

And Imran Khan referred to the statement that the opposition’s meetings with US officials were conspiratorial.

The Home Minister warned of an investigation into the meeting and said that if Imran Khan himself did not disclose the details, he (as Minister) would investigate as the nation should know the truth, let Imran Niazi do something according to his tradition.

Take out another letter in a few days. Controversy is nothing new for Ilhan Omar, a Somali-American lawmaker from Minnesota who represents Minnesota in the US House of Representatives.

The United States has said in a statement that it will not run in the by-elections, but will continue to do so in the future.

Controversy is nothing new for Ilhan Omar, a Somali-American lawmaker from Minnesota who represents Minnesota in the US House of Representatives. This time, the timing of her visit is of paramount importance as she is making the visit at a time when Imran Khan has prepared a statement of conspiracy by the US to remove him from the PM’s job through a no-confidence vote in the National Assembly.

In addition to taking a hard line on private talks between politicians and US officials, he has vowed not to follow the US during speeches at public meetings and rallies, and has accused his opponents of following Washington’s line.

Background conversations with U.S. officials revealed that Omar was on a “private trip” and had nothing to do with the US administration, an official said. Was done as a woman.

A PTI leader said that Ilhan Omar’s meeting with Imran Khan was arranged by his office directly through a Pakistani businessman based in the United States.

Many explanations have come to light about his journey, although in the past she has never shown any interest in Pakistan. One of the things that makes sense is that she has a large Muslim population in her constituency and has worked extensively on Islamophobia and may be seeking to contact the PTI chairman as she has raised the issue which led the United Nations to designate March 15 as World Islamophobia Day.

Meanwhile, President Arif Alvi while talking to Ilhan Omar stressed on the need to strengthen constructive ties and bilateral relations between the two countries.

Ilhan Omar highlighted the improvement and strengthening of relations between the two countries and appreciated Pakistan’s role in tackling Islamophobia.

She also met Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif who told her that Pakistan wanted to further expand bilateral cooperation based on mutual respect, trust and equality.

In a meeting with Ilhan Omar, Minister of State for External Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar said that Pakistan was committed to further strengthening bilateral relations with the United States and advancing bilateral cooperation in various fields of mutual interest.

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