PM Imran Khan’s residence gets a mosque
ISLAMABAD: A small mosque has been constructed and inuagurated by Prime Minister Imran Khan in his Bani Gala residence, ARY News reported on Saturday.
According to ARY News correspondent, a mosque has been inaugurated inside PM’s residence in Islamabad’s Bani Gala neighbourhood to facilitate the visitors to offer prayers.
The ARY News correspondent added that party men and other visitors who used to frequent the PM’s residence used to offer their prayers in congregation in the house’s lawn.
“Keeping in view the need of a permanent praying space, PM Imran Khan had ordered construction of a mosque which was inaugurated today by Imran Khan himself,” added the correspondent.
It is pertinent to note here that soon after being elected as the 22nd prime minister of the country, Imran Khan had offered prayers of gratitude in his chamber in the parliament.
PM’s wife Bushra Bibi also revealed during an interview last month that said that Imran Khan not only offers farz (obligatory) prayers but offers nawafil (optional prayers) as well.
“Every day, while leaving for office, he raises his hands and prays to God for help,” said the first lady.
She also revealed the beside praying five times a day, Imran Khan doesn’t even go to sleep without reciting tasbeeh.
About Imran Khan’s spiritual journey, she said that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief was basically a pure and pious soul and needed guidance to come to the right path.