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A former top aide and confidante of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday denied a media report about his covert travel to Israel.

Hebrew newspaper Israel Hayom in a report, quoting an unnamed source in Islamabad, claimed that former special assistant to the prime minister on overseas Pakistanis, Zulfi Bukhari, travelled to the Jewish country last November and also met the Mossad chief. Bukhari dismissed the news by saying that he didn’t go to Israel.

Pakistan has no diplomatic ties with Israel and its passport clearly states that it was not for travel to that country. However Bukhari, who is also a British national, and can easily travel to Israel if he wanted.

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