The Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf, Imran Khan, has extended a welcome to the British High Commissioner to Pakistan, Andrew Danglish, at his Zaman Park residence on Monday.
It is to be mentioned that Acting Deputy High Commissioner, Zor Ware and Political Advisor Talal Raza have also accompanied Andrew Danglish during the visit at Imran Khan’s residence at Zaman Park.
The British High Commission officials held detailed talks with PTI Chairperson Imran Khan. The talks mainly involved the discussions on the bilateral issues along with the issues of the mutual interests.
During the meeting, PTI-Chairman Imran Khan also held discussions on the vision of Tehreek-e-Insaaf for promoting and boosting the democracy, the rule of law and the rule of law in Pakistan involving an overview of the serious violations of the basic human rights in Pakistan as well as the major concerns that were found against it at the global level.
At the same time, Khan also mentioned that, “the rule of law and the law is the key points of PTI’s political agenda. The foundation of democracy is based on the promotion as well as the protection of the human rights.”
During the talks with the British High Commission officials, Khan said that, “Tehreek-e-Insaaf have a deep faith in advancing the political process on the basis of public opinion along with finding the solution to cirsis.”
Meanwhile, Imran Khan during the talks said that, “The constitution of the country determines the period of free and transparent elections. The powerful group is engaged in the worst violations of the human rights to deprive the people of the right to vote. From expression and thought to the right to life and personal dignity was brutally trampled.”
Notably, during the talks, he also emphasized on the factor that, “Attacks on political freedoms and rights are harming the entire customary scheme.”
He also expressed the opinion added that, “We want the world community to raise its voice for the protection of democratic values.”
Moreover, the High-level delegation of the British High Commission also noted on the factor of the importance of promoting democracy in Pakistan.