Imran Khan and Bushra Bibi preforming the rituals in Makkah.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan performed the Umrah with his wife during his visit to Saudi Arabia for the 14th Summit of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation in Makkah.
The official Twitter account of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) shared a video of Imran.
The video clip shows the PM Imran and his wife, Bushra Bibi preforming the rituals.
PTI said, “Prime Minister Imran Khan performs Umrah. The Prime Minister prayed for the development and prosperity of Pakistan and the unity of the Muslim world.”
Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Chief Minister Mahmood Khan and other officials also performed Umrah with Imran.
Imran Khan has sought good ties with Saudi Arabia.
The summit focused on the Palestinian cause and reiterated the Palestinians’ right to statehood.
The summit strongly condemned the acts of sabotage against four commercial vessels in the UAE’s regional waters as a criminal act threatening the security and safety of marine navigation, calling upon the international community to shoulder its responsibility toward international trade and regional stability.
The video of the woman was posted by a netizen showing her requesting the prime minister to provide her a house.
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He stood briefly when his name was announced and then seated himself again before the others did in a breach of protocol.
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