Imran arrives in NY after 4-hour interrogation in Toronto over drone strikes in Pak stance
Leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan has arrived in New York, after he was offloaded from New York bound flight at the Toronto Airport.
The cricketer turned politician was deplaned and interrogated by US immigration authorities over his stance against US drone attacks in Pakistan's tribal areas.
According to the News, after a four-and-a-half-hour interrogation, Khan and other PTI leaders including Fauzia Kasuri were allowed to catch the next plane to New York.
Khan, on Twitter, revealed that he was stopped by US officials in Toronto today.
"I was taken off from plane and interrogated by US Immigration in Canada on my views on drones. My stance is known. Drone attacks must stop," Khan tweeted.