Mayor of London Sadiq Khan arrives in Lahore, meets CM Shahbaz Sharif


Pakistani actor and singer took to Twitter to express his thoughts after what appeared to be an endearing rendezvous with Sadiq Khan.

The Pakistani-Britisher entered Punjab's capital Lahore from India via the Wagah Border Crossing and was given a rousing welcome on the Pakistani side of the border by Mayor Lahore Col (retd) Mubashar and senior government officials.

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"We welcome Mayor Sadiq Khan from the historic city of London to the historic city of Lahore", Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif tweeted.

Commenting on the Mayor's response, Ms Pidgeon said: "Sadiq Khan likes to boast about the start of the London Overground night service but he can not hide away from the fact Londoners have always been promised a Boxing Day service on the London Overground".

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He arrived in Lahore after a three-day visit to India. He is scheduled to spend three days in Pakistan and will travel to Lahore, Islamabad, and Karachi.

The BBC has been left somewhat red-faced after the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, rebuked them for asking if his visit to Pakistan was "like coming home".

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The visit would also seek to boost investment and cultural exchange programmes between London and the sub-continent.