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Imran Khan to address Istanbul-based Think Tank

This will mark his first-ever interaction with the scholars and students of Turkiye.

Former Prime Minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan will address the inaugural Diwanniya hosted by the Center for Islam and Global Affair, an Istanbul-based think tank at Istanbul Sabahattin Zaim University, Türkiye on Tuesday.

This will mark his first-ever interaction with the scholars and students of Turkiye.

In October he addressed the Oxford Union. On October 25th, he addressed the event on the invitation. He was among the list of guest speakers invited to address the Oxford Union.

President of Oxford Union, APS survivor Ahmed Nawaz announced on Twitter on Friday. He will be joining other speakers, including education activist Malala Yousafzai.

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“I am thrilled to share with you the list of speakers that will be joining us at @OxfordUnion this term! From Malala Yousafzai to PM Imran Khan to Dr. Anthony Fauci & many other world leaders will be joining us in the Oxford Union Chambers!,” said Ahmed Nawaz in his tweet. Imran Khan will be addressing in the third week of Oxford Union Michaelmas Term 2022.

His fans and followers are celebrating the news. They also hit out at PMLN leader Maryam Nawaz who had asked for strict action against the Vice Chancellor of the GC University Lahore.

Earlier, before an assassination attempt, Former Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed a gathering of students at Government College University Lahore. A massive number of students attended the orientation event of ‘Taleem and Hunar Saath Saath’ organized by the Punjab Information Technology Board in collaboration with GCU Lahore. The program is about starting a new drive in which the academic curriculum would align to enhance the skills of students.

Former PM Imran Khan was the Chief Guest at the event. Imran Khan, in his speech, took hard-hitting jibes at his political opponents. Videos circulating on social media showed the massive number of students who attended the event.