Bulut Bugachi, a Turkish author and President of the World Tourism Forum Institute, has authored 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.
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Bugachi shared the images of his book on his official Twitter account. Bugachi received immense appreciation from social media users in Pakistan and Turkey. 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.
I am always proud to stand with @ImranKhanPTI . He has good heart. He works for his nations. @ElifAhmetTurkey 🇵🇰 https://t.co/eYEDPaXV9J
— Bulut BAĞCI (@bulutbagci) December 5, 2020
“I am always proud to stand with @ImranKhanPTI. He has a good heart. He works for his nations.@ElifAhmetTurkey,” said Bugachi in a tweet.
The author has called PM Khan a ray of hope for his nation. He said such people are destined to serve their people. They are saddled with the heavy responsibility of leading their nation for which they have to go through sacrifices in their lives. Despite having wings cannot fly, such is the premier of Pakistan, Imran Khan.
We host more Leaders than OTHERS! @gtourismforum @WTourismForum pic.twitter.com/cGKjNkJEzH
— Bulut BAĞCI (@bulutbagci) August 8, 2020
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The book says that PM Khan is moving forward with a heavy burden of his past, however, he does remember his sufferings. The author asserted that people like Khan illuminate the world and the lives of people with their past experiences. Being an athlete and a philanthropist, Khan has been serving his nation in various ways.
Khan has built up strong and cordial relations with Turkey ever since he assumed the premiership. Khan is fond of Turkish art, culture, and literature. Previously, he had recommended two Turkish TV series, Dirilis Ertugrul and Yunus Emre, and a Turkish best-selling novel, 40 Rules of Love, to his people as a part of his agenda of social reforms