PM Imran Khan’s first official visit to Presidency

ISLAMABAD: The gathering between President Dr Arif Alvi and Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday has been depicted by a private TV divert in its report as the “most significant” when Director General Inter-Services Intelligence (DG ISI) Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed went along with it in second stage.

The channel has named it citing political quarters as meeting of the huge three. The report didn’t enlarge upon the criticalness yet additionally guaranteed that it was firstformal meeting between the president and the head administrator for which the PM continued to the Presidency just because.

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The report that underscored on most significant part of the social event didn’t drop any clue with respect to it. The official form relating to the gathering expressed that Prime Minister Imran Khan held a gathering with President Dr Arif Alvi in Islamabad on Monday.

They examined national and global undertakings. The gathering additionally took into see the circumstance emerging out of the pandemic of COVID-19.

The president valued the administration steps to stop the spread of coronavirus in the nation and the proportions of head administrator for looking for alleviation in the obligation to be paid by the creating nations.

Afterward, DGISI Lt General Faiz Hameed additionally joined the gathering which denounced the unwarranted Indian terminating along Line of Control. They likewise reproved the usurping of privileges of Kashmiris in the attire of coronavirus in Occupied Kashmir. The head administrator expressed gratitude toward the president and praised his endeavors to advance agreement among the Ulema with respect to petitions and Taraveeh in mosques during the heavenly month of Ramazan. The gathering talked about the as of late concurred Standard Operating Procedures with Ulema and its execution.

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