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(AFP / AAMIR QURESHI) ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s new prime minister Friday backed a parliamentary investigation into allegations of sexual harassment leveled by a female lawmaker against firebrand opposition leader Imran Khan, in a scandal that has gripped the conservative country.The scandal erupted after Ayesha Gulalai, a National Assembly member from conservative Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, accused Khan and other leaders of his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party of sending obscene text messages and promoting a culture of sexism.Furthermore, said Mr Trump: “Pakistanis are one of the most intelligent people(s).” It cannot be easy for any US president-elect, receiving calls of congratulations from leaders from around the world. Yet the transcript of a telephone conversation between Mr Trump and fellow businessman Mr Sharif, released by the Pakistan leader's office on Wednesday, suggested a conversation nothing less than remarkable.Some of the people and places you may know, others you may not. Indeed, if the transcript is true, it maybe the starting of a beautiful new bromance.Pakistani opposition leader and head of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) party Imran Khan speaks to supporters during a rally in Islamabad on July 30, 2017.Pakistan’s new prime minister on Friday endorsed a parliamentary investigation into allegations of sexual harassment leveled by a female lawmaker against Khan and his supporters.
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