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Coronavirus positive Pak PM Imran Khan holds face to face meeting, faces fire

Pakistan: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has gone under serious analysis from both the resistance and general society for holding an in-person meeting with his media group regardless of being contaminated with the novel Covid, as indicated by a media report on Friday.

Khan, 68, tried positive for the Covid on Saturday last, only a few of days subsequent to getting an enemy of COVID immunization.

First Lady Bushra Bibi additionally tried Covid positive that very day.

Coronavirus positive Pak PM Imran Khan, Khan got the originally shot of the Chinese-created Sinopharm antibody, the lone enemy of COVID punch accessible in Pakistan, on Thursday as a feature of the cross country against Covid immunization crusade which is in progress in its first stage.

The analysis of the leader started not long after an image of the gathering was posted via online media by Information and Broadcasting priest Shibli Faraz and another administrator Faisal Javed, who went to the gathering.

The image showed Khan, clad in a dark tracksuit and joggers, sitting in a room on a couch at some separation from his media group containing Faraz, Javed, Yousuf Baig Mirza and Zulfiqar Abbas Bukhari.

As indicated by the Dawn paper, Khan directed the gathering at his Banigala home on Thursday.

The resistance said the head administrator himself disregarded standard working techniques notwithstanding the third influx of the feared sickness and called for enrollment of a FIR against every one of those individuals who went to the gathering for abusing the standard working methodology (SOPs).

“Curiously, none of the public authority’s representatives could guard the PM sufficiently on his demonstration of leading a gathering during the isolate period and a significant number of them dodged to connect with media staff over the issue,” the report said.

In messages posted via online media stages, individuals puzzled over whether it was important for the PM to hold an in-person meeting.

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