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Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to the UK, scheduled next month, will not go ahead as Pakistan wanted engagement with the UK beyond just a cricket match and made a number of demands to the UK government which were not entertained, according to credible sources.

The UK govt told Pakistan that PM Imran Khan will be welcomed at 10 Downing Street for a meeting with PM Boris Johnson after the cricket match but also said that this will just be a visit and nothing else, according to sources.

The sources said that negotiators from Pakistani govt side wanted the UK govt to sign a strategic partnership agreement for 10 years, similar to the Road Map signed recently between India and the UK to enhance relations.

The negotiations went on for three weeks. A credible source said that Pakistani side wanted to raise the issue of Nawaz Sharif and wanted to check if the UK govt will make announcement to hand over Nawaz Sharif to Pakistan, even if the Road Map deal is not signed, as then PM Imran Khan can justify why his UK visit was important but the UK government flatly said that Pakistan should file for extradition of Nawaz Sharif through the procedures and the UK PM will not get involved.

Pakistani side shared with the UK govt that without the Road Map agreement and without the mention of Nawaz Sharif, the visit will backfire if its only about a cricket match and a meaningless meeting with PM Boris Johnson.

The UK govt said that it be inviting PM Imran Khan for the climate summit later this year but will not be able to sign any deals at this stage as these things take time.

“There is no purpose of the visit during the pandemic involving all the hassle if there are no group level discussions and no agreements signed,” said the source who spoke to Dunya News privately.

The UK government said it will not comment.

Sources at Pakistan High Commission said that it was planning to hold a big rally in Wembley Stadium as well and had received instructions to make preparations, following Covid guidelines, but the plan has been postponed till PM Imran Khan’s next visit.

The High Commission sources said its not sure whether Imran Khan will visit London this year or not as the summit will be held in Glasgow.

 

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show them money as famously said by sultan mehmood of turkey british will sell there church bells for few silver coins
and they did
 

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We should only be interested in trade and boosting our exports. If there is no response is given by UK then cancel this visit. It was Boris Johnson that invited PMIK.
 
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UK will not hand over Nawaz. The problem people in Pakistan have is understanding that you can't expect other countries to do your dirty work for you. I often used to hear about British infamy about harbouring Altaf Hussain of MQM and now Nawaz Sharif. But the real issue is not UK, The real issue is the Pakistani awaam -

  • millions voted and idolized Altaf whose party ran Karachi
  • millions still support PMLN and it is very possible that Nawaz could again become PM in 2023.
There why would UK make enemies with a party that could ruling Pakistan in 2023? Would you? Ultimately it was Pakistan that let Nawaz go, Altaf escape and millions keep supporeting them. That is where the problem is. What you see in UK is merely manifestation of this.
 

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UK will not hand over Nawaz. The problem people in Pakistan have is understanding that you can't expect other countries to do your dirty work for you. I often used to hear about British infamy about harbouring Altaf Hussain of MQM and now Nawaz Sharif. But the real issue is not UK, The real issue is the Pakistani awaam -

  • millions voted and idolized Altaf whose party ran Karachi
  • millions still support PMLN and it is very possible that Nawaz could again become PM in 2023.
There why would UK make enemies with a party that could ruling Pakistan in 2023? Would you? Ultimately it was Pakistan that let Nawaz go, Altaf escape and millions keep supporeting them. That is where the problem is. What you see in UK is merely manifestation of this.
Agreed also check this out...

the UK government flatly said that Pakistan should file for extradition of Nawaz Sharif through the procedures and the UK PM will not get involved.

Why haven't they filed for extradition?
 

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Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to the UK, scheduled next month, will not go ahead as Pakistan wanted engagement with the UK beyond just a cricket match and made a number of demands to the UK government which were not entertained, according to credible sources.

The UK govt told Pakistan that PM Imran Khan will be welcomed at 10 Downing Street for a meeting with PM Boris Johnson after the cricket match but also said that this will just be a visit and nothing else, according to sources.

The sources said that negotiators from Pakistani govt side wanted the UK govt to sign a strategic partnership agreement for 10 years, similar to the Road Map signed recently between India and the UK to enhance relations.

The negotiations went on for three weeks. A credible source said that Pakistani side wanted to raise the issue of Nawaz Sharif and wanted to check if the UK govt will make announcement to hand over Nawaz Sharif to Pakistan, even if the Road Map deal is not signed, as then PM Imran Khan can justify why his UK visit was important but the UK government flatly said that Pakistan should file for extradition of Nawaz Sharif through the procedures and the UK PM will not get involved.

Pakistani side shared with the UK govt that without the Road Map agreement and without the mention of Nawaz Sharif, the visit will backfire if its only about a cricket match and a meaningless meeting with PM Boris Johnson.

The UK govt said that it be inviting PM Imran Khan for the climate summit later this year but will not be able to sign any deals at this stage as these things take time.

“There is no purpose of the visit during the pandemic involving all the hassle if there are no group level discussions and no agreements signed,” said the source who spoke to Dunya News privately.

The UK government said it will not comment.

Sources at Pakistan High Commission said that it was planning to hold a big rally in Wembley Stadium as well and had received instructions to make preparations, following Covid guidelines, but the plan has been postponed till PM Imran Khan’s next visit.

The High Commission sources said its not sure whether Imran Khan will visit London this year or not as the summit will be held in Glasgow.


IK is naïve at times, why should UK extradite their asset to Pakistan. Same asset is thorn for the government and he is keeping Pakistan unstable and that's West/US wants anyway. Who have to know one day he can still become PM of Pakistan considering how our people are so guidable, even chances are remote. West promote their countries in other countries so rich foreigners can move to their soil with their dosh. Here Nora is without any promotion is on their soil with the looted money. Usually West have to pay to their assets and here Nora is doing it for free and that's win win for UK/US. All their principles, morality and rules applies to us while West enjoys the fruits shamelessly.
 

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Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to the UK, scheduled next month, will not go ahead as Pakistan wanted engagement with the UK beyond just a cricket match and made a number of demands to the UK government which were not entertained, according to credible sources.

The UK govt told Pakistan that PM Imran Khan will be welcomed at 10 Downing Street for a meeting with PM Boris Johnson after the cricket match but also said that this will just be a visit and nothing else, according to sources.

The sources said that negotiators from Pakistani govt side wanted the UK govt to sign a strategic partnership agreement for 10 years, similar to the Road Map signed recently between India and the UK to enhance relations.

The negotiations went on for three weeks. A credible source said that Pakistani side wanted to raise the issue of Nawaz Sharif and wanted to check if the UK govt will make announcement to hand over Nawaz Sharif to Pakistan, even if the Road Map deal is not signed, as then PM Imran Khan can justify why his UK visit was important but the UK government flatly said that Pakistan should file for extradition of Nawaz Sharif through the procedures and the UK PM will not get involved.

Pakistani side shared with the UK govt that without the Road Map agreement and without the mention of Nawaz Sharif, the visit will backfire if its only about a cricket match and a meaningless meeting with PM Boris Johnson.

The UK govt said that it be inviting PM Imran Khan for the climate summit later this year but will not be able to sign any deals at this stage as these things take time.

“There is no purpose of the visit during the pandemic involving all the hassle if there are no group level discussions and no agreements signed,” said the source who spoke to Dunya News privately.

The UK government said it will not comment.

Sources at Pakistan High Commission said that it was planning to hold a big rally in Wembley Stadium as well and had received instructions to make preparations, following Covid guidelines, but the plan has been postponed till PM Imran Khan’s next visit.

The High Commission sources said its not sure whether Imran Khan will visit London this year or not as the summit will be held in Glasgow.

Bs news. No government is that arrogant to speak in such terms
 

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The UK will never extradite Nawaz Sharif, as that could precipitate a financial crisis. How, you ask?

The UK is a haven for ill gotten money brought in by corrupt leaders, oligarchs, crooked businessmen, bureaucrats, judges, from all over the world. We are talking billions of dollars, possibly trillions.

The reason these thieves bring their money to the UK is because they know it will be safe there, and that they will be safe there. If the UK extradites one or two of these people, everyone else will start to feel insecure.

The inflow of corruption money will slow or stop, and the money currently propping up the economy (through the financial and property markets) will move to other safer havens. That could be disastrous to the UK economy.

Bottom line: Nawaz Sharif will not be extradited by the UK. Period.
 
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IK is naïve at times, why should UK extradite their asset to Pakistan.
What a idiot you are. Nawaz is the asset of 10s of millions of Pakistani's who support and continue to support his party. If he entirely lost support from Pakistan awaam Nawaz would be just another 'Pakistani taxi driver' in UK.

If anything IK is far more of a asset to UK as he is very close to British establishment. Half of them are his buddies and ther other half got f**ed by him in his younger years.
The hell he will.
This is what I heard after Musharaf jacked him in 1999.
 

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What a idiot you are. Nawaz is the asset of 10s of millions of Pakistani's who support and continue to support his party. If he entirely lost support from Pakistan awaam Nawaz would be just another 'Pakistani taxi driver' in UK.

If anything IK is far more of a asset to UK as he is very close to British establishment. Half of them are his buddies and ther other half got f**ed by him in his younger years.
This is what I heard after Musharaf jacked him in 1999.
Learn some manners mate instead start calling names and idiot to someone. Put your point of view and listen to others and if you can't digest some one comments you can skip and move on.
 

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Why haven't they filed for extradition?
When the move of extradition will backfire it'll be a win for nawaz sharif and he can go saying that he's sadiq and amin and shit which he's not. Simple.
 

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The UK is one of the western evil axis. The home of zionists but show a liberal face to the outside world. Unfortunately there are many Pakistanis who would defend UK more than Pakistan.
 

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The road map should definitely put forward.

As for extraditions the UK refused to extradite a hacker desperately wanted by the US for a number of reasons;


This is with the US and UK being very close.
I wouldn't thought Nawaz is going anywhere, especially since he keeps on bringing up human right, and let's remember he still sadly has popular support, be it regional.
 

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UK will not hand over Nawaz. The problem people in Pakistan have is understanding that you can't expect other countries to do your dirty work for you. I often used to hear about British infamy about harbouring Altaf Hussain of MQM and now Nawaz Sharif. But the real issue is not UK, The real issue is the Pakistani awaam -

  • millions voted and idolized Altaf whose party ran Karachi
  • millions still support PMLN and it is very possible that Nawaz could again become PM in 2023.
There why would UK make enemies with a party that could ruling Pakistan in 2023? Would you? Ultimately it was Pakistan that let Nawaz go, Altaf escape and millions keep supporeting them. That is where the problem is. What you see in UK is merely manifestation of this.
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