Islamabad: Use of technology in Pakistani politics is being increased day by day, following the tends of increasing value of social media the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has organised a Google Hangout with the party Chairman Imran Khan on Google Plus.
Following Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf’s announcement of its economic policy, key leaders of the party on Friday declared their assets. The assets were uploaded on the party’s official website.
On a cool evening in March, Imran Khan, followed by his dogs, walked around the extensive lawns of his estate, sniffling with an incipient cold. “My ex-wife, Jemima, designed the house — it is really paradise for me,” Khan said of the villa, which sprawls on a ridge overlooking Himalayan foothills and Pakistan’s capital, Islamabad. “My greatest regret is that she is not here to enjoy it,” he added, unexpectedly poignantly. We walked through the living room and then sat in his dimly lighted bedroom, the voices of servants echoing in the empty house, the mournful azans drifting up from multiple mosques in the city below.