PM Khan’s sons arrived in Islamabad to meet dad



ISLAMABAD, Sept. 8 (TNS): After taking top public office, Prime Minister Imran Khan’s sons reached Islamabad on Saturday, local media reported.

PM Khan’s two sons, Sulaiman Isa Khan and Qasim Khan, have come from  London and will stay in Pakistan for four days.

According to media, Sulaiman and Qasim will stay at Imran’s Bani Gala residence.

It is their first visit after their father took oath as the country’s premier.

The two boys did not attend their father’s oath-taking ceremony as the prime minister of Pakistan over his direction.

On August 18, before the cricketer-turned-politician assumed office, Goldsmith had said: “The boys are very sad not to be there but IK was adamant that they should not come.”