Imran Ahmed Khan Niazi HI PP is a Pakistani politician and former international cricketer who is the 22nd and incumbent Prime Minister of Pakistan. He is also the founder of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Pakistan on Monday soared past 3,600 with the maximum number of COVID-19 cases being reported from its Punjab province.
In yet another Cabinet reshuffle amid coronavirus crisis, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday dismissed Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiar as Federal Minister for National Food Security and replaced him with PTI leader Syed Fakhar Imam.
The Ministry of External Affairs on Saturday strongly condemned the comments made by the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on the new domicile law for Jammu and Kashmir, saying repeated attempts to interfere in India's internal affairs will not make its "untenable" claims acceptable.
The Indian government on Saturday hit hard against Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's repeated vituperation against India over Kashmir, asking him to desist from interfering in India's internal matters and end Islamabad-sponsored cross-border terrorism.
Political activists from Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) have condemned Prime Minister Imran Khan's criticism over the introduction of Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Order 2020.
Clashes broke out in Pakistan's Karachi after residents attacked baton-wielding police personnel deployed to enforce new curbs on gatherings including Friday prayers to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Despite continuous surge in coronavirus cases, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has reiterated that the government cannot 'lock up 220 million people' through a harsh curfew to control the spread of COVID-19.
The tally of coronavirus cases in Pakistan has surged past 2,000, with 26 deaths. But people in the country, especially the Islamic clerics, have still not taken the pandemic seriously and are refusing to stop religious congregations.
Pakistan on Wednesday reported the biggest jump in coronavirus cases for the third consecutive day as the number of people infected with the deadly virus reached 2238.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Wednesday that the number of coronavirus cases will rise in the country, where 27 people have so far died and 2,071 have tested positive for the deadly pandemic.