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Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Youth Affairs. Committed to the Progress & Success of Pakistan’s biggest asset: Our Youth. Naya Pakistan. Sialkot #NA73

RT @calxandr: In 1989, we should have ended Pakistan’s proxy war in Afghanistan; held Beijing to account for crushing China’s democracy movement at Tiananmen; & stopped Russia’s early neo-Stalinist irredentism in Georgia in its tracks. Here’s why:

RT @calxandr: In 1989, we should have ended Pakistan’s proxy war in Afghanistan; held Beijing to account for crushing China’s democracy movement at Tiananmen; & stopped Russia’s early neo-Stalinist irredentism in Georgia in its tracks. Here’s why: twitter.com/thecic/status/…

RT @calxandr: In 1989, we should have ended Pakistan’s proxy war in Afghanistan; held Beijing to account for crushing China’s democracy movement at Tiananmen; & stopped Russia’s early neo-Stalinist irredentism in Georgia in its tracks. Here’s why:

RT @husainhaqqani: Expose by @samirashackle in @guardian on so-called ‘gora Pakistanis’ & their entanglement with Pakistan’s politics & ‘treason’ industry theguardian.com/news/2020/nov/…

RT @HameedKidwai2: #OIC’s resolution has proved Pakistan’s robust diplomacy 2 isolate war monger Mr #Modi & exposed his design 2 jeopardise regional peace 4 election win. A well done 4 @ImranKhanPTI’s vision & diplomatic offensive spearheaded by competent Foreign Office. @ForeignOfficePk

Solidarity love & support for Pakistan’s time tested friend Turkey in the moment of grief and anguish. Prayers and condolences for the precious lives lost. Pmln stands by its Turkish brethren. May Allah protect our great ally !

RT @majorgauravarya: Brilliant article by Member of Parliament ⁦⁦@varungandhi80⁩ Ji. He explains why Kashmir is Pakistan’s lost cause & gives academic references to drive home the point that for Pakistan, Kashmir will remain a distant dream. ⁦@ChanakyaForum⁩ chanakyaforum.org/kashmir-pakist…

RT @ImranKhanPTI: RT @ImranKhanPTI: The Master Plan of my dream to build Pakistan’s first knowledge city. https://t.co/uxZKAUGFzc

RT @husainhaqqani: “While politicians are used to controversy, army generals are not.” My latest on how Pakistan’s Military might deal with the political Opposition. theprint.in/opinion/pakist…

RT @Shqazwini: Condolences to the dear Shi’as of Pakistan on the loss of Allama Talib Johari, a graduate of Najaf and one of Pakistan’s leading Shia scholars. Allama Johari was a student and close friend of Ayatollah Sayed Mohammad Baqir Al Sadr. May Allah bless his pure soul. https://t.co/DobAq78t5F