WASHINGTON (Ahem News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan is second the most searched international leaders attending the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Google.
According to Google Trends, US President Donald Trump is only ahead of Imran Khan at first place. India is four times larger than Pakistan in terms of population, but the PM Khan is still more popular than his Indian counterpart. And data released by Google proves so.
Meanwhile, PM Imran Khan – who was a popular cricketer who took Pakistan to World Cup glory before entering politics – was the second most searched UNGA leader on Google. Only US President Donald Trump ranked above Imran Khan.
Imran Khan even beat British Prime Boris Johnson, who was on third place.
Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro, who has come under fire from environmental groups for not doing enough to protect the Amazon rainforest, was on fourth place.
India’s Narendra Modi was the fifth most searched among the international leaders who are attending the UNGA.
During a recent meeting with the Pakistani premier, Trump praised him and said he is a “great leader”, a “good man” and a “good athlete”.
PM Khan is all set to address the UN General Assembly session on Friday. His speech will focus on the humanitarian crisis in Kashmir.
Prime Minister Imran Khan is slated to address the UN General Assembly session on September 27.
on the other hand, Pakistan, Turkey and Malaysia have decided to launch a combined English news channel to highlight the real concept of Islam in front of world and remove misconceptions.
The channel will counter the west’s narrative of Islamophobia and disseminate the true picture of our great religion Islam, Prime Minister Imran Khan announces in a latest tweet.