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Islamabad: Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again praised Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, comparing him to Pakistan Muslim League (N) supremo Nawaz Sharif on the issue of corruption. In a video that has now gone viral, Khan is seen talking about properties owned by Nawaz Sharif outside Pakistan (foreign countries). He then attacked Nawaz and said, “No other leader in the world has billions of assets except Nawaz.”

“Tell me one country whose prime minister or leader owns billions of assets outside the country. Even in our neighboring country, how much property does PM Modi have outside India?” He said this while addressing a public gathering.

Imran Khan added, “One cannot even imagine how many assets and properties Nawaz has abroad.”

This is not the first time Imran Khan praised India.

Earlier, he praised India for buying concessional oil from Russia and said his government was working on the same with an independent foreign policy and slammed the Pakistan Muslim League (N)-led government for “walking around like a headless man”. Chickens with the economy in a tailspin”.

“Despite being part of the Quartet, India maintained US pressure and bought Russian oil at a discount to comfort the public. Our government is working to achieve this with an independent foreign policy,” Imran Khan tweeted while retweeting. A piece of information about petrol and diesel price reduction in India.

Also in April, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief hailed India as a “khuddar kaam” (a very self-respecting man) and said no superpower can impose conditions on a neighboring country, admitting that both New Delhi and Islamabad do not. Share a good relationship.

“Indians are khuddar kaam (very self-respecting people). No superpower can condition India,” he said in his national address before his no-confidence vote.

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