Pak PM Imran Khan Visits Army Headquarters For His 1st Security Briefing

Pak PM Imran Khan Visits Army Headquarters For His 1st Security Briefing

ISLAMABAD: 

Pakistan’s new Prime Minister Imran Khan at present paid his first go to to the nation’s military headquarters within the garrison metropolis of Rawalpindi, the place he was briefed on safety points.

Mr Khan, the Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf or PTI, received the July 25 common election amidst the notion that the Pakistan Military, a serious participant within the nation’s politics, has thrown its weight behind his occasion.

Imran Khan was accompanied by Defence Minister Pervez Khattak, International Affairs Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, and Finance Minister Asad Umar amongst others.

Mr Khan was obtained by Pakistan’s Chief of Military Workers Common Qamar Javed Bajwa on the Common Headquarters, Pak Military spokesman Main Common Asif Ghafoor stated. “Prime Minister Imran Khan (is) being briefed on defence, inside safety and different skilled issues,” he stated.

On Monday, Pak military chief Common Bajwa had the primary formal assembly with the nation’s prime minister, Imran Khan, who was sworn-in because the 22nd premier of Pakistan on August 18. They mentioned the safety scenario within the nation, in addition to the efforts to make sure long-lasting peace and stability within the area.

Common Bajwa had congratulated Imran Khan on assuming the highest ministerial job throughout their assembly.

Pakistan’s navy has dominated the coup-prone nation for practically half of it is historical past since its formation in 1947.

Mr Khan and Common Bajwa had held their first assembly in 2017 when the cricketer-turned-politician congratulated the latter over his promotion and appointment as Pak military chief.

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