Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has launched into one other disaster in Saudi Arabia. According to Pakistani media, he slapped Emraan Khan’s principal secretary Azam Khan on the gate of the Prime Minister’s Office. It is claimed that earlier there was a heated debate between Qureshi and Pakistani senior bureaucrat.
So Qureshi slapped Azam
Reportedly, Shah Mahmood Qureshi needed to fulfill Prime Minister Imran Khan on the Prime Minister’s Office. But, Imran’s principal secretary Azam Khan stopped Qureshi from the meeting. After which debate began between Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Azam Khan. Azam Khan informed Qureshi that PM Imran is having an pressing meeting, so so long.
Qureshi complains to Imran about officer
After this, Qureshi slapped Azam Khan, the principal secretary of PM Imran, as an insult to it. Foreign Minister Qureshi entered the Prime Minister’s Office after the incident and likewise complained to the Prime Minister. On the opposite hand, Pakistan authorities are mobilizing towards Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
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Pak overseas minister badly trapped on Saudi Arabia
The menace to Saudi Arabia over Kashmir is overshadowed by Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi. Qureshi’s assertion is being publicly condemned not solely in Saudi but additionally in Pakistan. Nawabat has even come to the purpose that Qureshi has to run away from the media. It is believed that annoyed Qureshi made this assertion because of an absence of worldwide assist on Kashmir. It can be being mentioned that this assertion was given to him on the behest of the military having a good grip within the nation, particularly in order that the perspective of Saudi might be detected.
What did Qureshi say to Saudi
Qureshi had mentioned that Saudi is just not permitting the OIC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation) to face towards India on the difficulty of Jammu and Kashmir. Qureshi had mentioned that the OIC ought to cease Hailahwali in calling a meeting of its Council of Foreign Ministers on Kashmir. Pakistan has been repeatedly pressurizing Saudi Arabia to name a meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the OIC of 57 Muslim nations because the abolition of Article 370 from Kashmir. In response to a different query, Qureshi mentioned that Pakistan can’t wait any longer.