PM Imran Khan’s close friend responds over news of appointment as High Commissioner in Britain
LONDON - Imran Khan’s British national friend and political adviser Sahabzada Amir Jahangir has responded over media report of appointment as Ambassador.
He has said that he’s not interested in any ambassadorial role, but will be working towards taking investment to Pakistan to make “Naya Pakistan”.
Sahabzada Jahangir said he will not be taking up any position in Britain and reports that he is lobbying to take a position in Pakistan’s High Commission in London are incorrect.
Reports surfaced that Amir Jahangir, who is Imran Khan’s friend for 40 years, could become Pakistan’s high commissioner to the UK after Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, who is also a good friend of Amir Jahangir, directed the country's High Commissioner to the UK Sahabzada Ahmed Khan to report at the Foreign Office in Islamabad after “irresponsible activity” at an awards ceremony here.