Lahore, Pakistan - Pakistani officials insist that Imran Khan is not under arrest but free to move about the country as he wishes, but he prefers to telecommute from his home or government provided facility to do his part to help reduce his carbon footprint on the planet. Inspired by his commitment to the challenge climate change, Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf, issued a volunteer decree requesting thousands join Khan in his commitment to the environment.
President Musharraf, is happy to announce today that in addition to joining the West's war on terror, he has joined the war against global warming as well, say Pakistani officials.
Pakistani officials also continue to assure leaders of the free world that no one else is more edger to help reduce Imran Khan's carbon footprint from the planet than they are.
"We would like nothing more than to wipe away his carbon footprint from the planet, completely away," said a Pakistani official.
"That's exactly what we're worried about," said a White House official. "We don't want anyone to rush into this global warming stuff and use it to justify tyranny in the name of fighting climate change."
Each day more and more Pakistani lawyers and opposition government decedents are choosing to join the war on global warming by telecommuting from homes or newly government provided housing, say Pakistani officials.
"Our generous government housing facilities are overfilling with enthusiastic participants committed to reducing their carbon footprints," said a Pakistani official. "We will accommodate them as best we can to help them erase their carbon footprints as well. Very, very, soon it will seem as if they were never even on the planet."