PM Imran's aircraft reroutes to New York, faces technical issues

The aircraft carrying Prime Minister Imran Khan and his delegation back to Pakistan was rerouted to New York due to technical issues, reported Radio Pakistan.

After a successful visit to the United States, the premier was on his way back to Islamabad, when the airplane experienced some minor technical faults.

According to reports, the problems were noticed when the aircraft was near Toronto.

Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Political Affairs Naeemul Haq said that PM Imran will spend another night back at his hotel in New York, while efforts are underway to fix the aircraft.

‘Brilliant speech’: PM Imran’s UNGA remarks widely hailed

PM Imran in his maiden address to the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New Work tugged at world conscience over Indian atrocities going on in occupied Kashmir, saying “will the world go for a market of 1.2 billion people, or for justice and humanity”.

“You think Kashmiris will accept a new status quo under revocation of Article 370. [Over] 100,000 Kashmiris [have been] killed, [and] thousands of women raped. [The] UN reported on this,” emotionally-charged PM Imran reminded the world leaders on Friday.

He regretted that the world knew about it but it remained quiet as it saw India as a huge market.



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