PM Khan becomes 6th most popular leader on twitter following his UNGA address

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  • PM Imran Khan has said that he wished he could follow China’s example and could send 500 most corrupt people in Pakistan behind the bars.
  • With 10.4 million followers on the microblogging site, he has become the 6th most popular among world leaders.

Cricketer cum politician and the honorable Prime Minister of the country have around 10.4 million followers on the microblogging site making him the 6th most popular among the world leaders. In August last year he reached some 8 million followers and became the 7th most followed leader on Twitter.

Despite the situation of the economy is in the doldrums with no consistent hope of positive change in the near future as to the poor socio-economic conditions, it is only Khan who still manages to rock the social media and hits more than 10 million followers.

The number of his followers exceeded considerably after his thrilling speech at the 74th session of UNGA in which he spoke on various issues including the climate factor, islamophobia, and the situation of lockdown in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

Back in July this year Mr.Khan was ranked among the most admired people in the world and stood among the top 20 most admired people worldwide. As of now, the President of United States Donald Trump stands at the first position with more than 65 million twitter followers whereas India’s Narendra Modi following the Trump with around 50.6 million followers.

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Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan does have some 14.1 million followers on twitter after the Indonesian President Widodo with more than 12 million followers. Mr. Khan is, currently, serving as the 22nd premier of Pakistan and is in Beijing. To eliminate the corruption from the country was one of his electoral manifestoes.

PM Khan, according to the Dawn report, addressing the China Council for Promotion of International Trade during his official visit to China has reaffirmed his stance against corruption and said that he wished he could follow China’s example and could send 500 most corrupt people in Pakistan behind the bars.

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