Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday recommended his followers to read the book titled, “History of the Pathans” authored by Brig (r) Haroon Rashid. PM Imran Khan shared a picture with the author presenting him the book.
“This month I recommend the book “History of the Pathans” by Brig (r) Haroon Rashid. Volume 7 which I am reading is about Pathan tribes like mine who came to India from Afghanistan in the last one thousand years and settled in various parts of India. It traces the role they played in shaping the history of India,” wrote Khan in his Instagram post.
His recommendation on subjects of literacy and art and entertainment comes from his vision for social reforms in Pakistan. On Monday, he recommended another book, Islam and The Destiny of Man for the youth to read.
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Earlier this month, Bulut Bugachi, a Turkish author and President of the World Tourism Forum Institute, published a biography on Imran Khan, the premier of Pakistan.
Bugachi has titled the book, ‘Imran Khan Rising Sun of Pakistan’. The book is a tribute to the lifelong legacy of PM Imran Khan. Bugachi has covered the obstacles and achievements of Khan in his life. The book has been written in Turkish.
Responding to the comments of internet users, Bugachi said that he is proud of PM Khan because he has a good heart and he is working for his nation. The author also shared pictures of his interaction with Khan.
Back in October, Khan had recommended the youth to read the Turkish bestselling novel, ‘40 Rules of Love’ by the acclaimed author Elif Shafak.
His suggestion followed his attempt to bring the youth closer to the Islamic faith. The premier voiced his views regarding the novel in an Instagram post last week. He wrote: “This October I suggest our youth to read The Forty Rules of Love by Elif Shafak.”
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“An inspirational book about divine love, Sufism, Rumi, and his Murshid Shams Tabriz. I read it a few years back and was deeply inspired,” added Khan.