PM Imran beats Modi in list of most googled UNGA leaders

Anum RizwanWeb Editor

26th Sep, 2019. 02:41 pm

Prime Minister Imran Khan has beaten Modi in the list of most searched leaders of United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on google.

The list of most searched leaders of UNGA was led by US President Donald Trump, PM Imran Khan landed at the second spot ahead of India’s Modi, who was at the fifth spot.

Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is currently in New York, will address the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly on September 27, and will talk on the Indian government’s violations of human rights in the occupied Kashmir.

On the other hand, Indian media is abuzz lauding Prime Minister Imran Khan’s lowkey visit to United States of America.

According to details, an Indian newspaper “India Today” published an article lauding Prime Minister’s measures to cut off the extra expenses in order to stabilize the economy.

According to a statement issued earlier, Imran Khan’s US visit cost just one-eighth of the expense incurred on the 2013 US visit by Nawaz Sharif, the former prime minister of the country.

During his July US visit, Imran Khan had taken a commercial airline instead of a chartered plane, as was the norm with previous state visits by top Pakistani leaders. He had even stayed at the official residence of Pakistan’s ambassador to the US instead of occupying a luxury hotel.

Indian media lauded Prime Minister Imran Khan for his efforts to save the country from economic breakdown.

Prime Minister Imran Khan reached the United States onboard the special aircraft of Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman on a week-long visit to attend the UN General Assembly session and be part of a host of other activities, including a meeting President Donald Trump.

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