Imran Khan Second-Most Searched International Leader Attending UNGA’s Session
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is currently the second most-searched international leader attending the 74th session of United Nations General Assembly.
In this regard, Imran Khan has left behind United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson and even Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Google Trends, which provides data and visualisations from the Google News Initiative, tweeted about the most searched leaders attending the current United Nations General Assembly session.
— GoogleTrends (@GoogleTrends) September 24, 2019
The list showed that PM Imran Khan was second among the top five leaders, with the first one being United States President Donald Trump.
The Indian prime minister, who had hosted a 50,000 strong rally of Indians in Houston this Sunday, was at the fifth place.
Moreover, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who has recently received widespread criticism for his failure to control the Amazon rainforest fires, came at the fourth place.
Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump, who is always in the limelight for anything he says, was at the fifth position.
PM Imran Khan is going to address the United Nations General Assembly session on September 27. Observers say that the prime minister will take the opportunity to mainly focus on the human rights violations in Kashmir that have occurred following India’s revocation of Article 370 of its constitution.