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Imran Khan saved more tax payer money among all Pakistani leaders



Imran Khan is the current Prime Minister of Pakistan. He struggled for almost 18 years to reach to become Pakistan’s Prime Minister. Ever since Khan started his leadership over Pakistan, he was mocked by some and also appreciated by many. However, Imran Khan saved more tax payer money than any leader of Pakistan when compared. His foreign trips not only worthful for Pakistan but also saved lot of money.

Previous leaders like PM Gilani spent $459,451. PM Nawaz Sharif spent $762,199 while PM Abbasi spent $561,381. And Imran Khan saved more tax payer money for Pakistanis with his selfless leadership. He spent as less as $68,000 only.

New York trip for President Zardari costed Pakistan, $1,309,620. And for PM Abbasi, the visit to New York costed $705,019 while the same costed Imran Khan, only $162,578.

Imran Khan saved tax payer money also for Washington DC trip:

Mr. Khan used to be abused and criticized a lot on social media. But his intentions are clean and clear, to bring progress to Pakistan. And help the poor people as well as create jobs for Pakistanis. For Washington DC trip, President Zardari spent – $752,688. PM Nawaz Sharif spent – $549,853. And Mr. PM Imran Khan spent only $67,180.

Afghanistan Trip:

President Zardari in 2009 spent $44,000. PM Parvez Ashraf in 2012, spent – $51,000. While PM Nawaz Sharif in 2015 had spent $58,000. PM Imran Khan spent only $11,000 in his recent visit to Afghanistan. It’s unbelievable that Mr. Imran Khan saved more Pakistan’s money in huge amounts for his various official duties.

Also Read: Pakistan progressed under Imran Khan as 9 Billion dollars…

The difference is pretty clear: PM Imran Khan is saving all that he can for the Pakistanis. Lesson needs to be learned. All leaders needs to follow too.

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