Islamabad: Lauren Booth, a sister-in-law of former British prime minister Tony Blair is in Pakistan to take part in a peace march that would proceed towards Pakistan’s South Waziritan’s restive region against US drone attacks.
Lauren Booth, who converted to Islam in 2010, has arrived in Pakistan on the invitation of cricketer-turned politician and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan.
Khan will lead the rally that would start on October 6 from Pakistan’s capital Islamabad. The PTI chief has been a staunch opponent of US drone strikes in Pakistan’s tribal region near Afghan border.
Lauren Booth has arrived here along with some other human right activists from the USA.
Pakistan’s popular TV host Hamid Mir has invited Booth in his show here on Wednesday evening at 8:00, where she would tell as what inspired her to travel to Pakistan.