Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has denounced Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan as a “liar and cunning person from head to toe,” stating that his lies are being exposed in front of the nation. Sharif made these remarks while speaking to the media in London, where he talked about the PTI government’s narrative against him being based on lies.
The prime minister further added that efforts were made to gather evidence against him in New Zealand and other countries, but they failed to prove anything. He also mentioned his successful victory in the case, stating that it was a victory for all of Pakistan. Sharif accused Imran Khan of using every tactic against him, but he failed.
In addition, Shehbaz Sharif talked about his meeting with Scotland’s First Minister Humza Yousaf, stating that it went very well. The two leaders discussed strengthening historic ties between Pakistan and Scotland, including in the domains of trade, investment, education, water management, wind & solar technology, and people-to-people links. They also explored ways to promote joint ventures in education, skills development, and renewables.
Furthermore, Pakistan suggested holding an investment conference in Scotland and arranging a roadshow to showcase Pakistan’s renewable energy potential. The premier thanked the Scottish government for its generous contribution to flood relief last year and extended a cordial invitation to Yousaf to visit Pakistan, which he happily accepted.
The meeting between the two leaders signifies the importance of positive contributions from the British-Pakistani community to the progress and development of Scotland and the UK. The leaders’ agreement to address the challenge of climate change highlights Pakistan’s commitment to global efforts to tackle this pressing issue.
Shehbaz Sharif’s remarks against Imran Khan and his meeting with Scotland’s First Minister underscore the need for international cooperation and collaboration in addressing global issues. The leaders’ discussion of joint ventures and investments in education, skills development, and renewable energy also highlights the potential for Pakistan and Scotland to work together for mutual benefit.