Pak PM Imran Khan praises India’s strong and independent foreign policy


Islamabad – Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday publicly praised India’s strong and independent foreign policy which he sees is made for the betterment of Indians.

Addressing a massive rally in the Malakand area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, PM Khan said, “I praise our neighbouring country as they always had independent foreign policy. Today India is in their (America) alliance and they are part of QUAD (Quadrilateral Security Dialogue); they say that are neutral. They are importing oil from Russia despite sanctions because their policy is for the betterment of people”.

In the same rally, PM Khan attacked his opponents and said, they always “polish” the boots of white people, and he doesn’t love to do that.

“I haven’t bowed before anyone and will not let my nation bow either”, Khan said.

PM Khan’s statement came at a time when he is scheduled to face the opposition’s no-confidence motion against him, as a session of the National Assembly is scheduled on March 25.

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