But he knows he has a “very good reputation”, and understands he is a “terrific guy”.In fact, Mr Trump feels such a connection with the Pakistani leader, whom he hopes to visit soon, that he feels like he is “talking to a person I have known for a long time”.“This is an issue concerning the house’s integrity — I will suggest forming a closed-door, special committee to probe the allegations and present its findings in the house,” Abbasi told parliament.
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“Imran Khan’s list of sins is very long but the way he sends obscene text messages — and the way women and girls are being treated in this party, I will say that the honor of women is not safe, because of Imran Khan and because of the people around him,” Gulalai told reporters in Islamabad.
“I cannot compromise my integrity and that’s why I decided to take this step,” she added.
The official press release said the conversation between Mr Sharif and the next US president, was initiated the head of the Pakistan Muslim League-N.
It said that he “felicitated” Mr Trump on his victory and invited the New York tycoon to visit the overwhelmingly Muslim South Asian country.In 2009, the court ruled that "hijras" - which include transvestites, transsexuals and eunuchs - could get national identity cards as a "third sex." Since then it has also declared equal rights for transgender people, including the right to inherit property and assets, the right to vote and to be counted as a separate category in the country's national census.Yet many hijras in Pakistan, as well as other South Asian nations such as India and Bangladesh, are attacked, murdered, raped or forced to work as sex workers to support themselves.ISLAMABAD (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Pakistan's marginalized transgender community on Wednesday welcomed the government's decision to issue its first passport with a transgender category as an important milestone in the struggle against discrimination.The conservative South Asian nation, where homosexuality is a crime, last week issued a passport to prominent transgender activist Farzana Jan with an X to symbolize the third sex printed under the gender category of travel document.Police arrested the principal during a raid on the school and a case was filed against him under several provisions of the Pakistan Penal Code.