Imran khan Wikipedia, Wife, Children, Age, Siblings, Net worth, Awards

Imran Khan Wikipedia

Imran Khan Biography Imran Ahmed Khan (born October 5, 1952) is a former Pakistani cricket captain and politician. He served as the country's 22nd Prime Minister from August 2018 to April 2022, when he was defeated by the National Assembly. He founded and now leads the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party (PTI).

Imran khan was born in Lahore to a Niazi Pashtun family. He graduated from Keble College at the University of Oxford in England in 1975. He made his debut for his country against England in a Test series when he was 18 years old. Khan was captain of the squad from 1982 to 1992 and won the 1992 Cricket World Cup, Pakistan's first and only victory in the competition.

Imran khan is regarded as one of the game's top all-rounders. Khan was elected into the International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket Hall of Fame after scoring 3,807 runs and taking 362 wickets in Test cricket. Before running for office, Khan established cancer facilities in Lahore and Peshawar, as well as the Namal College in Mianwali.

In 1996, Khan founded the PTI. He was elected to the National Assembly as a member of the opposition from Mianwali in 2002. He was in office until 2007. The PTI did not vote in the 2008 general election, but they received more votes than any other party in the 2013 general election.

The PTI gained the most seats in the National Assembly in the 2018 general election on a populist platform. It subsequently formed a coalition government with independents, with Khan as Prime Minister. When Khan was prime minister, he used the International Monetary Fund to solve a balance-of-payments crisis.

Imran khan was in charge when the current account deficit was shrinking, and he reduced defense expenditures to minimize the budget deficit, which aided economic growth.

Imran khan enacted legislation that made it simpler to collect taxes and invest. His administration vowed to transition to renewable energy, launch the Ehsaas Program and the Plant for Pakistan program, and expand Pakistan's protected areas.

Imran khan was in command of the country during the COVID-19 epidemic, which created economic upheaval and an increase in inflation, jeopardizing his political position. Even though Khan promised to tackle corruption, people in Pakistan believed it was worsening while he was in control. He was accused of smearing his political opponents and restricting free speech and criticism.

Imran khan was the first prime minister to be removed from office by a “no-confidence” vote in April 2022. This occurred during a period of constitutional turmoil. He was accused of breaking anti-terror legislation in August after claiming that the police and courts had imprisoned and tortured one of his employees. An attempt on his life occurred in November during a political event in Wazirabad, Punjab.

Imran khan Wife

Imran Khan, Pakistan's former prime minister, has been married three times. Bushra Bibi Khan is his third wife. She married Khan six months before he was elected prime minister.

Imran khan Family

The family of Imran Khan, Pakistan's Prime Minister and captain of the Pakistan cricket team, was the country's former First Family.

On October 5, 1952, Imran Khan was born in Lahore. Ikramullah Niazi, his father, was the father. With four daughters, he was the only guy in his family.

Imran khan Net worth

Imran Khan is a Pakistani politician and former cricketer who is currently retired. He has a net worth of $50 million. Imran Khan was born in November 1952 and is best known for his 20-year career as a professional cricketer.

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