No foreign officials for Imran Khan’s oath ceremony
Former Pakistan cricket captain who lifted their memorable Cricket world cup in 1992 is all set to become the next Pakistan’s Prime Minister and will swear-in as the PM of the country on 11th August.
Earlier this week, the reports suggested that Imran Kahan wanted to invite SAARC leaders including Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the oath ceremony. But, as per the latest sources, no foreign leader will be invited for Imran Khan’s swearing-in-ceremony.
“Media speculation about international dignitaries attending PM oath ceremony are not correct,” said Fawad Chaudhry, a spokesperson of PTI, stating that a simple ceremony would be held at Aiwan-e-Sadr or President’s House.
“It has been decided that no foreign personalities will be invited to the ceremony – it will be a completely national event. Only a few close friends of Imran Khan will be invited. There will be no show of extravagance at the event,” he said.
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