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PM Imran Khan honors mother, wife Bushra bibi on Women’s Day

PM Imran Khan posted a rare picture of his late mother and his third wife, Bushra bibi yesterday. ‘Happy Women’s Day’ wrote PM Imran Khan in the captions.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday honored his mother and wife Bushra bibi on his Instagram account on International Women’s Day.

PM Imran Khan posted a rare picture of his late mother and his third wife, Bushra bibi yesterday. ‘Happy Women’s Day’ wrote PM Imran Khan in the captions. He rarely posts images of his wife on social media. Hence, fans and followers outpoured love for him on social media and prayed for his success, when he posted a vintage picture of his mother and a blurry image of Bushra bibi.

 

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PM Khan has an active social media presence, he engages with his followers on various subjects and issues. Often he recommends books for them to read through his Instagram account. Mostly his posts are directed towards the guidance of the youth and social reforms.

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A week ago, PM Khan had shared a video of his interview from 1992 from the construction site of the first Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital in Lahore. In his old interview, he talked about the pain and anguish he felt when he saw his mother losing her life to cancer in extreme pain. He said that pain inspired him to campaign and construct Pakistan’s first free-of-cost cancer hospital in the name of his mother.

 

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He added that he faced immense discouragement from people when he shared his plan to construct a hospital. PM Imran Khan said that it was through this idealism that he got so far from executing his dream to construct the hospital despite discouragement from people. He said he never for once doubted his dream and wish. Adding that he may have doubted other things in life but not his dream of building a hospital.

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He said the last three months before the passing away of his mother changed the course of his life. It was the most painful experience of his life to watch his mother die in pain, said PM Imran Khan in the interview.

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