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US snubs Pak PM Imran Khan, welcomed by low-key US officials on his maiden visit, escorted to the terminal in a bus

Khan not only flew a commercial airline, but he even flew Qatar Airways instead of the national carrier Pakistan International Airlines.

The humiliation does not seem to stop for the parody country Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan.

In a video shared by Government of Pakistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan can be seen deboarding the commercial flight and later boarded a bus along with Pakistan Foreign Minister Qureshi and Pakistan ambassador to the US Asad M Khan. Reportedly, he was not accorded the due state protocol while he landed in America.

Khan not only flew a commercial airline, but he even flew Qatar Airways instead of the national carrier Pakistan International Airlines.

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Reportedly, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has travelled to the United States of America on a state visit to meet his counterpart US President Donald Trump. As Pakistan is on a verge of both financial and moral bankruptcy, just like their citizens, low-key officials of the United States state department had arrived to welcome him.

While entire Pakistan is celebrating the maiden visit of Imran Khan, the Trump administration cared little for Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Interestingly, Imran Khan was escorted out of the airport in a people mover instead of official vehicles. As per reports, Khan was not accorded the official welcome protocol when he reached America.

This is not the first time Khan has been humiliated. In October 2012, the cricketer-turned-politician who was on his way to the US via Toronto was asked to deboard where the authorities had interrogated him for an hour on his views on drones. Earlier this month, Pakistan had claimed that Khan has been invited to Russia for Eastern Economic Forum. However, Russia denied having invited him.

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