Imran Khan again praised PM Modi: Said - he has no property abroad; Khuddar country has told India
Imran Khan lauds PM Modi, slams Nawaz Sharif over foreign properties
Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again praised the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi. During a speech, Imran said that Narendra Modi does not have any property outside the country, but our leaders have property worth crores in other countries.
Imran cursed the Prime Minister of his own country Shahbaz Sharif and said that our PM here has property worth billions of rupees and business worth crores in foreign countries.
Imran Khan is asking people to tell me the name of a country where there is democracy and Azam, his wife, should have properties worth billions of rupees outside the country. How much property does our neighbouring country India's PM Narendra Modi have outside them?
No one can even imagine that the Prime Minister of Pakistan has built properties and businesses worth billions of rupees outside the country. Their children have UK passports. It cannot answer anything. This is when there is a law for the strong and a law for the weak.
Even about 5 months ago, Imran Khan praised India. He had said that India became independent from us. I know him much better. I have many friends there. He is a sincere community. No superpower is needed to run India. No one could see him in the eye. They are buying oil from Russia when it is banned.
Imran Khan praised India's foreign policy at a rally in Slovakia. Here he showed a video of India's External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, in which Jaishankar is answering the question of buying cheap oil from Russia.
Showing this video, Imran said that this is a free country. India which got independence from Pakistan. If New Delhi can make its foreign policy according to the needs of its people, then why not Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif's government?
The former PM of Pakistan said that America had asked India not to buy oil from Russia, but India bought oil from America even after being a strategic ally of America.