What was Imran Khan’s last order as prime minister of Pakistan?

ISLAMABAD: Despite PTI’s efforts and several controversies to remain in power, the joint Opposition with the help of 174 votes of the assembly members ousted Imran Khan from Prime Minister’s Office on Sunday.

While the PTI leaders believe Khan walked out “gracefully”, the Opposition leaders have a different take on the situation. Shahbaz Gill, who was the special assistant to Imran Khan on political communication, revealed that before walking out of the Prime Minister’s House, Imran Khan issued some last orders.

Taking to his Twitter handle, Gill said that Imran Khan ordered his principal secretary Azam Khan to report to the Establishment Division before leaving the office.
Gill wrote that Imran Khan praised Azam Khan for his professionalism and acknowledged his services as he fulfilled his responsibilities with “utmost honesty and diligence.”

Read more: Imran Khan becomes the first prime minister to be voted out It is worth mentioning that a notification had been issued regarding the transfer orders of Azam Khan.

“Mr Mohammad Azam, a BS-22 officer of Pakistan Administrative Service, presently serving as Secretary to the Prime Minister, Prime Minister’s Office, is transferred and directed to report to Establishment Division, with immediate effect and until further orders,” the notification issued by the Cabinet Secretariat read.