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Considered an inspirational former captain, Khan led Pakistan to their sole World Cup title till date, in Australia in 1992.
The court, however, acquitted him in the Flagship Investment case.
Learn from India about minority rights and inclusive politics: Asaduddin Owaisi hits back at Pakistan PM
In a tweet on Sunday, Owaisi said Khan should instead take a lesson from India's inclusive politics and minority right.
He went on to add that the ministers had to make Pakistan into a country where minorities got equal rights and were considered equal citizens.
Police and rescue agencies said he demanded premiership to pay off the country's loans and steer it out of financial crisis.
Prime Minister Khan regretted that his government's repeated overtures for peaceful negotiations with New Delhi had been turned down.
In September, the Trump administration cancelled USD 300 million in military aid to Islamabad for not doing enough against terror groups.
Asserting that Pakistan was serious to develop peaceful ties with all its neighbours, Khan claimed India was not ready to hold talks with the country due to the upcoming general elections.
Pakistan's opposition parties mocked at the premier's proposal, terming it as a "serious comedy" and as "another Google-it-solution" to improve the country's ailing economy.
Mr Xi hailed the China-Pakistan all-weather strategic cooperative partnership as a special friendship shaped and developed during a long time of mutual support and close cooperation.
Imran Khan will depart for Beijing on Thursday for a five-day visit during which he will hold meetings with Chinese President Xi Jinping, Premier Li Keqiang, and other leaders.
The issue of recovery of 12 Iranian border security guards kidnapped by militants a fortnight ago from a post in Iran's Mirjaveh region close to the Balochistan border was discussed at length
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang invited his new Pakistani counterpart when he telephoned Khan to congratulate him on his election victory.
The Pakistan PM would have never thought that his political rivals in the opposition will use an odd incident that happened somewhere in southern India to take a jibe at him.
Blaming the mainstream media, Khan pointed out that these disappearances are only talked about on social media with government turning a blind eye to such reports.