Federal Minister Ali Haider Zaidi shared a video of PM Imran Khan traveling on the roads of Karachi without protocol and tight security.
Minister for Maritime Affairs, Ali Haider Zaidi, shared the video of PM Imran Khan from his recent visit to Karachi earlier this week. Ali Zaidi intended to give the message regarding the safety of Pakistan.
“Walking the talk of Riyasat-e-Madina. Last week PM @ImranKhanPTI moved around on Shahra e Faisal without any closure of traffic. If #Pakistan is safe for the PM on one of the busiest roads of Karachi, then it is surely safe for anyone visiting… INCLUDING FOREIGN CRICKET TEAMS,” wrote Ali Haider Zaidi in a tweet.
ریاست مدینہ کاعملی نمونہ پیش کرتے ہوئے۔گزشتہ ہفتے وزیراعظم @ImranKhanPTI نےمعمول کی ٹریفک بند کروائےبغیر شاہراہِ فیصل پر سفر کیا۔ اگر پاکستان وزیراعظم کیلئےکراچی کی مصروف ترین سڑکوں میں سےایک پرسفر کیلئےمحفوظ ہےتو یقیناً غیرملکی کرکٹ ٹیموں سمیت یہ آنے والے ہر کسی کیلئےمحفوظ ہے۔ https://t.co/NS2zaqMxQL
— Ali Haider Zaidi (@AliHZaidiPTI) October 2, 2021
In the video Ali Haider Zaidi said that it is seen for the first time that the prime minister of Pakistan is traveling without any protocol or security among people on a busy road.
His tweet came in response to the sudden cancellation of the Pakistan tour by foreign cricket teams- New Zealand and England on the concerns of security. The abrupt cancellation had taken entire Pakistan by shock including skipper Babar Azam. Babar Azam voiced his disappointment and showed full confidence in the capabilities of Pakistan’s security agencies.
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Massive reactions had been poured in on Twitter as Pakistani citizens from all over the world strongly reacted and demanded an explanation from the New Zealand cricket board for abandoning the tour at the eleventh hour despite being given the highest security.
Cricketers, netizens, and government dignitaries expressed their remorse over the sudden cancellation of the tour.
Netizens had shown full confidence in the efforts and services of the Pakistan Cricket Board to international teams in a bid to resume international cricket in Pakistan.
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Meanwhile, Pakistan has been making aggressive efforts to resume international cricket in the country. England has shown its interest to tour Pakistan next year following the cancellation of the tour earlier.