Prime Minister Imran Khan will directly interact with the public via telephone on April 4 (Sunday), reported PTI Senator Faisal Javed.
In his tweet, Faisal Javed wrote, “Prime minister would be interacting with the public and answering their questions on April 04 (Sunday).”
However, Faisal Javed in another tweet today has also posted the contact number so that the public could interact with Imran Khan via telephone.
The telephonic interaction in the second session of “Apka Wazir-e-Azam Apkay Sath” will begin at 11.30 am on Sunday, April 04..
Faisal Javed said that the prime minister will respond to the public questions on telephone number- 051-9224900.
#آپکا_وزیرِاعظم_آپکے_ساتھ کی دوسری نشست
وزیرِ اعظم پاکستان عمران خان سے فون پر براہ راست بات کریں
4 اپریل بروز اتوار صبح
آپکے سوالات اور وزیرِ اعظم کے جواب
رابطے کے لیے فون نمبر
— Faisal Javed Khan (@FaisalJavedKhan) April 2, 2021
He, however, shared that the timings and the numbers would be shared soon. “The conversation with the prime minister would be broadcasted live on television, radio, and digital media,” Faisal Javed said.
“Your Questions and prime minister’s answers,” he said.
Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that there will be no trade with India without resolving the Kashmir issue.
A high-level meeting was held under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Imran Khan in which the decision not to resume trade with India was agreed upon.
The meeting agreed that no trade could take place until the constitutional status of Occupied Kashmir was restored.
Presiding over the meeting, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that trade with India could not take place without restoring the status of Occupied Kashmir adding that India should restore the old status of Occupied Kashmir.
Prime Minister Imran Khan also said that relations with India could not be normalized without giving Kashmir the right to self-determination.
Prime Minister Imran Khan further said that our position in principle is that there will be no trade with India without resolving the Kashmir issue, which would give the wrong impression that we should ignore Kashmir and start trade with India.