Imran Khan thanks govt after being placed on no-fly list.

After being placed on the no-fly list along with 226 leaders and lawmakers of his party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan Friday thanked the government for doing so stating that he has no plans to travel abroad.

A day earlier, Khan and hundreds of PTI leaders, as per sources, were added to the FIA's Provisional National Identification List (PNIL) to prevent them from going abroad for their involvement in the May 9 violent riots causing damage to public and private property, particularly those belonging to the country's armed forces.

Taking to Twitter, the PTI chief wrote: "I want to thank the government for putting my name on the ECL as I have no plans to travel abroad."

Citing reasons behind his plans, the former prime minister said he neither has "any properties or businesses abroad nor even a bank account outside the country."

However, if he does get an opportunity to go for a holiday, Khan said he will choose the country's northern mountains terming the sites as his "favourite place on earth."

"If and when I do get an opportunity for a holiday, it will be in our northern mountains, my favourite place on earth," he added.

According to the sources, Khan's wife Bushra Bibi has also been placed on the list which also includes PTI politicians Murad Saeed, Maleeka Bokhari...

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