ISLAMABAD/JINNPURA – Just like the rest of us ordinary folks, the covid-19 pandemic has allowed Prime Minister Imran Khan to spend some quality time with his family.
According to sources, the premier, who has been increasingly asked by his employers to stay home and maintain distance from them, is currently spending much of his time bonding with his jinns-in-law.
While he welcomed new supernatural relatives in his life following his marriage to Bushra Bibi in 2018, the premier hasn’t been able to engage with them as much as he wanted to, with the coronavirus pandemic and the ensuing lockdowns – that he has been strongly against – allowing him some time now.
“Coronavirus is a real threat to Pakistan’s public health and economy,” PM Imran Khan was told in a conversation with his jinns-in-law advisors, who are his unofficial advisors these days.
This statement, later echoed by the premier publically, was a volte-face from Imran Khan who had been a denier of coronavirus’ spread and damage in Pakistan since March.
Sources close to Khan, who is renowned for his reversals, attribute his recent U-turns to his jinns-in-law.
Sources confirm that Khan’s change of heart on covid-19 is based on multiple conversations with a jinn-in-law who has recently returned from vacation in Italy.