Why was Maliha Lodhi removed from office?

Why was Maliha Lodhi removed from office?. ISLAMABAD - Munir Akram, the permanent representative of Pakistan, has been removed from the post and replaced as a future delegate.

Why was Maliha Lodhi removed from office?

At the same time, the Pakistani Foreign Office has largely changed the positions of ambassadors and consul generals in various countries.

Only one day after Prime Minister Imran Khan's address and return to the United States, Dr Miliha Lodhi's retirement move is being called a major decision.
According to a statement issued by the Foreign Office, Prime Minister Imran Khan has approved new appointments to the Foreign Ministry.
According to Foreign Office spokesman Dr Mohammad Faisal, the Director-General of the United Nations Khalil Ahmad Hashmi has been appointed permanent secretary in Geneva, while Foreign Secretary Additional Secretary Mohammad Ejaz is assigned to Hungary, Ahsan K to Muscat and Syed Sajjad Haider to Pakistan. The ambassador has been posted.
The Foreign Ministry exchanged the consular general Imran Ahmed Siddiqui appointed in Toronto and appointed him as high commissioner in Dhaka while Abdul Hameed was appointed consul general at the Pakistani embassy.
Major General (R) Mohammad Saad Khattak became High Commissioner to Sri Lanka while Abrar Hussain Hashmi has been appointed Consul General in Houston.
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Maliha Lodhi's retirement?
A campaign has been running on social media for the last two to three months against Maliha Lodhi, in which his son Faisal Sherwani's wife was allegedly described as an Indian woman and his family's Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was also given the ceremony.
Maliha Lodhi did not respond to the campaign against her. Then in the US, after a function, a video was uploaded by a man on social media in which he was asking Maliha Lodhi about his performance and the Pakistani staff was stopping him.
Talks were being made against him on social media after several such campaigns, and after his graduation, many people tweeted.
Senior journalist Shaheen Sahibai in one of her tweets described Milia Lodhi as a scandalous woman, saying that she continues to insult her seniors and juniors. She is very much a woman within herself. Prime Minister Imran Khan tolerated them a lot and then did what they needed to do.

MALEEHA WHIRLWIND: She was disrespectful, she insulted elders n juniors, was very ambitious n self-possessed. PMIK tolerated her until he was back in office and then decided what he should have. Great decision to appoint Mr Munir Akram at UN. Every hothead meets his/her DAY.

In addition to criticizing Maliha Lodhi, some have praised her. External Affairs Minister Shah Mahmood thanked Maliha Lodhi and said that he represented the country in a very confident and respectful manner.

On the completion of her tenure as Pakistan's Ambassador to UN, I would like to extend my gratitude to Ambassador @LodhiMaleeha for serving her country with utmost dignity, diligence and honour. Wish her all the very best with her future endeavours.

Maliha Lodhi studied at the London School of Economics. After her return to Pakistan, she also served as editor of two newspapers.
Maliha Lodhi is also the author of 'Pakistan Encounter with Demo Christie'. He wrote a PhD dissertation on the political services of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. For the first time during the rule of Benazir Bhutto, he was appointed Pakistani ambassador to the United States in 1994 and then served as ambassador to the United States from 1999 to 2002.
Maliha Lodhi served as the Pakistani High Commissioner in London from 2003 to 2008. She was appointed as Pakistan's permanent representative to the United Nations in 2015 and is now serving in that position until graduation in 2019.
Who is Munir Akram?
Munir Akram, the new permanent representative to the United Nations, also served in the post of former President Pervez Musharraf.
He has been working in this post from 2002 to 2008, after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, there was a dispute with the PPP government of Munir Akram on certain matters regarding the investigation of the United Nations and he was removed from that post.
It has been only a few hours since the appointment of Munir Akram, but there have also been protests against him on social media.
Talks are being made in connection with a case filed by his alleged girlfriend in 2003 over allegations of torture against him, in which case no action was taken due to diplomatic immunity.
Journalist Taha Siddiqui tweeted, citing his similar case, saying that Munir Akram was one of the promoters of the war and his weekly column in the Dawn newspaper was disgusting.

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