Hamid Mir retweeted a video of PM Modi. In this, PM Modi is saying that whatever gifts he gets, he auctions them and whatever money comes is used for the education of girls.
Neighboring country Pakistan and its politicians are often seen singing praises of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on many occasions. Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan’s Modi raag has been seen on many occasions. Amidst the apprehensions of losing the chair or after coming to power, Imran has been seen on many occasions taking the name of PM Modi and advising him to learn from him. At the same time, apart from reciting ballads in the glory of PM Modi, the former captain has also been given advice from the journalist of Pakistan. Praising PM Modi, it has been written on behalf of Pakistan’s journalist Hamid Mir that he auctions his gifts and spends his money in schemes. Behind this praise of the Pakistani journalist, there is also a hidden advice to Imran in the gestures.
Khan bought several gifts, including an expensive graph wristwatch received by the Saudi Arabian royal family on a visit to Saudi Arabia in 2018, from the Toshakhana where gifts from foreign governments are kept and sold them in Dubai for a profit. Khan was disqualified from the National Assembly by the Election Commission of Pakistan for not disclosing his income from the sale of gifts in his annual income statement.
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Hamid Mir retweeted a video of PM Modi. In this, PM Modi is saying that whatever gifts he gets, he auctions them and whatever money comes is used for the education of girls. Please tell that whatever gift PM Modi gets, he himself does not use it. Rather, it is a government trust and is deposited in the treasury. It is auctioned by the Ministry of Culture.