Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has become the butt of ridicule over a policy flip-flop on import of sugar and cotton from India.
Prime Minister Khan secured 178 votes in the 342-member lower house of Parliament. A total of 172 votes was needed for a simple majority.
Posters of Sadiq have also appeared in Lahore, dubbing him a 'traitor'.
The strong rebuttal came after Khan spoke about India's internal affairs, including the issue of Jammu and Kashmir, during his pre-recorded video statement at the high-level General Debate.
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The Pakistan PM also made it clear that Indo-Pak series was a bigger contest than even the Ashes.
Miandad said that Imran has appointed officials in the Pakistan Cricket Board who have zero knowledge of the sport.
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Basit also revealed that Imran Khan was behind Javed Miandad's ouster and that he sacrificed his place in order to fulfill the legendary batsman's ambition of playing in the 1996 World Cup.
Trump had made similar offer earlier also after the abrogation of Article 370, India had categorically refuted the statement then.