Hina Rabbani Khar visited India in 2011 to discuss India-Pakistan ties within the capability of the overseas minister. She was the primary girl to maintain the publish. In the Shehbaz Sharif authorities, she has change into the junior overseas affairs minister.
After Hina Rabbani Khar grew to become a junior overseas affairs minister of the Shehbaz Sharif authorities of Pakistan, former minister Fawad Hussain launched a sexist assault on her on social media for which he drew flak. Sharing an previous interview of Hina Rabbani Khar, Fawad Hussain referred to as her a ‘low IQ’ girl, whose solely claim to fame is ‘Berkin baggage and costly eye shades’. In that previous interview with Al Jazeera, Hina Rabbani Khar admitted that because the overseas minister she had to face the accusation from allies that Pakistan was supporting terrorism and there have been “waves of truth” to these claims.
In 2011, Hina Rabbani Khar was appointed because the overseas minister and have become the youngest and first girl in Pakistan to maintain the position.
In the interview that Fawad Hussain shared, Hina Khar Rabbani stated there have been waves of reality within the allegations of Pakistan’s alleged assist to terrorist teams. Those have been “relics of the past’, Hina Rabbani Khar had said as she explained, “Pakistan didn’t have the flexibility to tackle each terror community inside the area all on the identical time.” “As far as sponsoring and funding them was involved, clearly I would love to imagine that beneath our watch, that was not the coverage path in any respect,” she stated.
While the admission that there was some reality within the terrorism allegation in opposition to Pakistan has been criticised by Fawad Hussain, his personal assault on the minister over her bag and shades drew flak on social media as many customers dug up Fawah Hussain’s previous interviews.
In 2011, Hina Rabbani Khar got here to India for peace dialogue and visited the shrine of Muslim Sufi saint Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia in New Delhi.
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