Imran Khan, the chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), met with Christian Turner, the British high commissioner, on Tuesday to address matters pertaining to bilateral relations.
The leader of the PTI emphasized the importance of putting an end to the practice of money laundering as well as the flow of riches from less developed countries to more developed ones.
According to the information, former Prime Minister Imran Khan met with the British High Commissioner to address issues pertaining to their respective countries’ bilateral relationships as well as issues of common interest. At the meeting were also present Fawad Chaudhry, who is the central additional secretary of the party, and Amir Mehmood Kiyani, who is the central additional secretary of the party.
Imran Khan placed a strong focus on putting an end to the practice of money laundering and the transfer of riches from less developed countries to more developed ones. According to him, the movement of wealth from less developed to more developed nations is a significant problem that requires immediate attention.
According to what he said, the unequal distribution of wealth across nations contributes to a worldwide imbalance. He went on to say that the practice encourages people to relocate to the countries in question as well.
Moreover, Imran Khan said that the loss of intellectual capital that arises from the migration of people is a source of difficulty for less developed nations. According to the head of the PTI, the government of the United Kingdom is in a position to play a significant part in putting an end to this practice.