Imran Khan once again praised India's foreign policy, said- 'It is for the good of the people'

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Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, who was known to criticize India outwardly, has once again lauded India's foreign policy and the decision to import Russian oil amid the Russia-Ukraine crisis.

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Appreciating India's foreign policy, Imran Khan said New Delhi's decision is for "the good of its people", while Pakistan's foreign policy is for the good of "other people". Khan made these remarks while speaking at a rally in Lahore.

"India, a strategic partner of the United States, is importing oil from Russia, saying that its decisions are based on the betterment of its people. But our foreign policy is for the betterment of other peoples," he said at the rally. is."

Last month, the cricketer-turned-politician admitted that India's foreign policy is independent and for the good of the people. He had said that even though India is a part of the Quad, his stance has been neutral throughout.

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During a public rally in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's Malakand area, Imran Khan had said: "I admire our neighbor as they have always had an independent foreign policy. Today India is in their (US) alliance and they are part of the Quad. They are neutral. They are importing oil from Russia despite sanctions because their policy is for the good of the people."

Justifying his visit to Russia in the middle of the war in Ukraine, Khan said that he visited the country only to control inflation in Pakistan, as Russia had given him oil at a subsidized rate, a 30 percent increase in price. decreased.

Khan, who is the chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), claimed that he was voted out of power for Pakistan following an independent foreign policy which he said was not liked by international powers. Was.

Imran Khan was removed from the post of PM in Pakistan after a no-confidence motion was brought against him under the leadership of the opposition. Following his post, PML leader Shahbaz Sharif was elected as the new Prime Minister of the country.