As soon as I read that headline, I knew that he's an Ahmadi.
Atif Mian, 43, who is considered to be one of the world’s top young economists, had his appointment to the key role on the 18-member Council revoked because of his adherence to the Ahmadis Muslim minority.
The announcement came as a surprise given the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) government had just three days ago defended the appointment of the top economist, saying it would “not bow to extremists.”
And then they bowed down to the Muslim extremists.
Imran Khan, the prime minister, knows that if he wants to survive in the Pakistani political arena, then he has to present himself as a moderate liberal to the world while simultaneously fulfilling the key demands of the pukka Muslims. Pakistan is the only country founded on the basis of Islam. One doesn't thrive in it by opposing the majority who, obviously, support the satanic Islamic doctrine.