Imran singled out Murad Saeed for praise as his ministry came out on top despite his young age. He hailed the initiative as a "great opportunity" since every ministry would get to know how much the others worked. "Our ministries will get incentives to work hard, the more we publicise this.”
In a tweet, Imran said he had a "great meeting" with the Chinese president. "We agreed to further enhance our strategic and economic relations and to fast track the second phase of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor," he said.
Talking about the cash handouts given to the people under the Ehsaas programme, the premier said that it had increased from Rs12,000 to Rs14,000. In addition, graduates would be given internships and paid Rs30,000, he added, without elaborating further.
The petition requested that the dissident PTI members should be disqualified from parliamentary affairs for life and that if any member wants to leave the party they must resign as members of the NA first "instead of committing defection.
"We will be giving this call to all Pakistanis, not just PTI supporters, as Pakistan has been insulted after the country's most corrupt people were imposed on us by a foreign power," Imran said in a video statement.
Imran questioned whether the US would demand anything in return if it decides to help Pakistan, saying he was afraid the country’s security would weaken, given their previous (the US) demands.
"Our senior leadership met and we decided I would do [an] international telethon to raise funds for flood affectees on Monday night," the former premier wrote on his official Twitter handle.
Only pre-recorded speeches can be broadcast now with effective monitoring and editorial control, the Pemra notification said.
Former prime minister and Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has fulfilled the wish of a young fan to meet him at his residence in Banigala.