New Delhi: This is not the first time that Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan personally drove an international leader in Pakistan as a show of respect. When Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman came to Pakistan, Imran Khan drove him. This time, he extended the same gesture to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as he arrived on a two-day visit to Pakistan on Thursday. Imran Khan arrived at the Noor Khan airbase to receive him. Then he drove the car to the PM House. Also Read - 'Do Everything Possible': Imran Khan Posts Two Tweets on Coronavirus, Gets Trolled
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has emerged as the most popular Muslim leader in the world, according to an annual popularity index of world political leaders released by Gallup International in collaboration with Gallup Pakistan. According to a Geo TV report, while Erdogan takes the top popularity spot among Muslim leaders in the world with 30%, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman comes in second at 25% and President Rouhani of Iran finishes at number three with a 21% rating.