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Fan Writes Letter To ‘Prime Minister’ Imran Khan, But Sends It To 'actor' Imran Khan

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Published:

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  • It is natural to confuse two people with the same name, however, not as much if both of them are two prominent personalities.
  • In a similar incident, a man mistook 'Jane Tu Ya Jane Na' actor Imran Khan with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan

It is natural to confuse two people with the same name, however, not as much if both of them are two prominent personalities. In a similar incident, a man mistook 'Jane Tu Ya Jane Na' actor Imran Khan with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan. The person addressed a letter to ‘Dear Prime Minister’ but forwarded it to the Indian actor Imran Khan instead of PTI chief Imran Khan, who is all set to take oath as Prime Minister of Pakistan on August 14.

The incident came to light when the actor posted the screenshot of the message from the fan. The letter was a request to let the individual be a part of the PTI chief's team.

"I guess I can no longer ignore the call to action. Gonna start drafting some policy outlines this week, I'll keep you guys updated", the actor captioned the picture.

Read: Imran Khan's PTI Considering Inviting Prime Minister Narendra Modi For His Oath Ceremony

Earlier, Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) emerged as the single largest party in the July 25 elections, winning 116 National Assembly seats out of the contested 270 parliamentary constituencies. On July 30, Khan, 65, had expressed his desire to take the oath of Prime Minister on August 11, as his party announced that it had acquired enough seats in the lower house through coalition talks to form a majority government.

"It is my and caretaker Prime Minister retired Justice Nasirul Mulk's desire that the oath-taking of the new prime minister should take place on August 14," caretaker Law Minister Ali Zafar said on August 3.

Unveiling a tentative schedule of the National Assembly formation, the minister said the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) was already on board as it was engaged in making necessary arrangements required to hold the prime minister's election on the desired date.

 

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