Israeli backed news agency apologises from Pakistani minister over fake news of visit

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Israeli backed news agency apologises from Pakistani minister over fake news of visit

LONDON: Israel backed news agency has apologized for its earlier gaffe in reporting which said Prime Minister Imran Khan’s aide on overseas Pakistanis Zulfi Bukhari had visited Israel last month and said it has removed the news piece claiming the development.

Earlier today, SAPM and state minister Zulfi Bukhari tweeted some documents on his official Twitter handle which included a letter by news media outlet Middle East Monitor categorically acknowledging the reporting error and apologized.

“We have removed the offending item,” the letter read.

[image: Zulfi Bukhari middle east monitor]

“We accept Mr Bukhari’s refutation of the claims made in the report link and sincerely apologize for the inconvenience it has caused link.”