Imran Khan Complete History||Life Story of Imran Khan|| PTI Chairman

 Imran Khan Complete History||Life Story of Imran Khan|| PTI Chairman

Imran Khan Complete History||Life Story of Imran Khan|| PTI Chairman

Imran Ahmad Khan Niazi is a Pakistani politician and former cricketer and former Prime Minister of Pakistan and also the head of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.  Before that, he has also been a member of Pakistan National Assembly from 2002 to 2007 and from 2013 to 2018.  Before entering politics, Imran Khan was a cricketer and philanthropist.  He played international cricket for two decades and later created projects of service like Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Center and Namal College etc.

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 Imran Khan was born in an upper middle class Niazi Pashtun family in Lahore, his father was engineer Ikramullah Khan Niazi, Imran Khan received his early education from Aitchison College Lahore then Royal Grammar School Wellsted England and later from Keble College Oxford.  He started playing cricket at the age of 13. Initially playing for his college and later for Wilkesshire, Imran Khan joined the Pakistan national cricket team at the age of 18 and made his international cricket debut the same year in the 1971 series against England at Birmingham.

After graduating from Oxford, he started playing cricket in Pakistan in 1976 and played till 1992.  He also served as the captain of the team between 1982 and 1992. Especially under his leadership in 1992, the Pakistan cricket team won the 1992 World Cup.


 Early life and education


 Imran was born on November 25, 1952 in Lahore, Pakistan. He belongs to the famous Niazi tribe of Pashtuns, but his mother Shaukat Khanum Sahiba mostly resided in Mianwali.  He is the only son of Ikramullah Khan Niazi. In the 16th century, his ancestors included Haibat Khan Niazi, the respected general of Sher Shah Suri and the governor of Punjab. His mother belonged to the Pashtun tribe of Barki.  History has produced successful cricketers like Javed Barki and Majid Khan.

 Imran Khan was a quiet and shy person in his youth, received his primary education from Cathedral School in Lahore and Aitchison College, Lahore, after which he went to UK for higher education. There he studied at Royal Grammar School and then Oxford University.  Graduated with Political Science, Philosophy and Economics subjects.  He also captained the Oxford University cricket team in 1974.

Cricket

 Imran Khan has also carved a niche for himself in the world of cricket and at the international level in the past he has been more famous for cricket than politics.  It was under his leadership that Pakistan won the 1992 Cricket World Cup.  Started first class cricket in 1969-1970 playing for Lahore against Sargodha.  Played the first test match against England in 1971.

 Cricket record

 Test record

 He played 88 Test matches and took 362 wickets at an average of 22.81.  In 1981-1982 in Lahore, 8 Sri Lankan players were dismissed by giving only 58 runs.  And took 5 wickets in an innings 23 times.  He scored 3807 runs at an average of 36.69 including 5 centuries.  His highest score was 132 against Australia at Adelaide in 1991.  He is one of the most successful captains of Pakistan cricket.  As such, he was the first Pakistan captain under whose leadership the Pakistani team defeated India and England on English soil.  As captain, he played 48 Test matches out of which he won 14 and lost 8 and 26 ended in a draw or no result.

 ODI record

 The Pakistani cricket team won the fifth Cricket World Cup under his leadership in 1992.  Pakistan has achieved this honor only once so far.  He played in 175 ODIs.  And took 182 wickets.  Scored 3709 runs at an average of 33.41.  His highest score was 102 not out against Sri Lanka in 1983.  Under his leadership, 139 ODIs were played, out of which 77 were won, 57 were lost, 4 were drawn and 1 was a draw. He participated in a total of 5 World Cricket Cups which were held in 1975, 1979, 1983, 1987 and 1992.

 Retirement from cricket

 After his retirement from cricket, Imran Khan has been writing articles for various British and Asian newspapers, especially about the Pakistan national team. Cricket commentator on Asian and British sports networks including BBC Urdu and Star TV network.  In 2004, when the Indian cricket team visited Pakistan after 14 years, he was a commentator in a special live program on Ten Sports Channel, during every Cricket World Cup since 1992.  He has been presenting his analysis regarding team performance and matches on various channels. He also holds the record of taking most wickets as a captain, best bowling average and best bowler record in a Test match.

 In November 2005, Imran Khan was appointed Chancellor of the University of Bradford, succeeding Baroness Lockwood.  announced that he was unable to fulfill the responsibilities of the post due to political commitments and hence he would leave the post on 30 November 2014.  Called the model.

Personal life and social work

 During the 1990s, Imran Khan promoted health and immigration programs in Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Thailand as UNICEF's Special Representative for Sport. He also worked for Lord Turner's, a cricket charity in London.  He retired from cricket after the World Cricket Cup was held in 1992, after which he started participating in social work.  Founded the Shaukat Khanum Muriel Trust in the name of her mother, the first and only cancer hospital in Pakistan as the first effort of the trust. It used over 25 million dollars in donations and funds from around the world to build it.  While the land of the hospital was donated by the then Chief Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif.

 On April 27, 2008, Imran Khan established a technical college called Namal College in Mianwali district. This college was run by Mianwali Development Trust and since December 2005 it has the status of an Associate College of Bradford University.  Another charitable organization of his is the Imran Khan Foundation which aims to help the needy people across Pakistan.  This organization has provided assistance to flood victims in Pakistan.  Bakhsh Foundation in collaboration with Imran Khan Foundation has launched Roshan Village Campaign in Dera Ghazi Khan, Mianwali and Dera Ismail Khan.  Energy-powered lanterns will be provided.

List of awards and honors received by Imran Khan

 Imran Khan is a Pakistani cricketer and politician.  Before joining politics, he was a cricketer.  He was the captain of the Pakistan national cricket team which won the Cricket World Cup in 1992.  After his retirement, Imran Khan started the work of Khitmat Khalq.  In 1996, Imran Khan founded Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.

 On several occasions, Imran Khan has been recognized as the best all-rounder in cricket after Sir Gary Sobers.  He was inducted into the Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1989 and the ICC Hall of Fame in 2010.  During his cricket career, he won several Player of the Match awards.  He received the honor on eleven occasions, five of which were against the West Indies cricket team.

 Imran Khan is also known for his philanthropic work and is the founder of two cancer hospitals and a college for Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) subjects.  Imran Khan has been UNICEF's Special Envoy for Sports and has helped develop health and wellness projects in Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Thailand.  He has also received an honorary fellowship from the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh for his services to the treatment of cancer patients in Pakistan.  He was also inducted into the Oxford University Hall of Fame. In politics, Imran Khan is the founder and chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf and became the Prime Minister of Pakistan after the 2018 Pakistani general election.

 Married to Jemima Khan

Married to Jemima Khan


 Imran Khan married Jemima Goldsmith, daughter of the late British billionaire businessman Sir James Goldsmith.  Jemima Goldsmith converted to Islam before marriage and her Islamic name is Jemima Khan.  This marriage became famous all over the world and the international media gave special importance to it.  On June 22, 2004, they announced their divorce.  Imran Khan said that he could not give them time due to his busy life.

Married to Reham Khan

Married to Reham Khan


 On January 8, 2015, Imran Khan tied the knot with British-Pakistani journalist Reham Khan.  On October 30, 2015, both confirmed to start divorce proceedings. And this marriage of Imran Khan also failed.

 Married to Bushra Bibi

Married to Bushra Bibi


 In late 2017 and early 2018, there were several reports that Imran Khan had married his spiritual leader Bashri Bibi.  However, Imran Khan and other members of Tehreek-e-Insaf and Manika's family denied this rumour.  On January 7, 2018, the Central Secretariat of PTI issued a statement that Imran Khan has sent a message to Bashri Bibi for marriage, but it has not been accepted yet.  On 18 February 2018, PTI confirmed that Imran Khan had married Bashri Bibi.

 Political life

 During his cricket career, Imran Khan was offered political positions several times.  In 1987, the President of Pakistan, Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, offered him a political position in the Muslim League, which he refused. Nawaz Sharif also invited him to join his political party. Imran Khan had good relations with Zia-ul-Haq.  He had left cricket but General Zia brought him back to cricket. He also played the 1992 World Cup at the request of General Zia.

 In late 1994, he joined a group called Pasban under the leadership of former Intelligence Agency (ISI) chiefs Hameed Gul and Muhammad Ali Durrani, and that's when he showed interest in formal involvement in politics.

 On April 25, 1996, he entered the political arena by establishing Tehreek Insaaf.  Initially they did not get success.  But in recent times he is rapidly gaining popularity among the Pakistani people, especially the youth, due to his struggle and dogma.  Currently, his political party has 32 seats in the lower house of the Pakistan Parliament, 7 in the upper house, 4 in the Sindh Provincial Assembly, 30 in the Punjab Provincial Assembly and 59 in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Provincial Assembly.

 In 1999, General Pervez Musharraf's slogan of ending corruption and political mafia supported Musharraf's military dictatorship.  According to Imran Khan, Musharraf offered him to become the Prime Minister in 2002, but he refused. In the 2002 referendum, Imran Khan announced his support for the military dictator's referendum, while all major parties declared the referendum illegal.  Strongly opposed it.  In the 2002 general elections, he was elected as a member of the National Assembly from Mianwali seat. He has also served in the Kashmir and Public Accounts Committees of the National Assembly.

On October 2, 2007, General Musharraf decided to contest the presidential elections without resigning from the post of Army Chief, against this decision Imran Khan along with other 85 assembly members from the platform of All Parties Democratic Movement launched a movement.  On November 3, 2007, an attempt was made to detain you after military dictator Pervez Musharraf declared a state of emergency.  However, they managed to escape.  On November 14, Imran Khan appeared in public during the student protest against the state of emergency at Punjab University.  During this rally, Imran Khan was beaten up by the Jamiat Islami students. After this protest, he was arrested and sent to Dera Ghazi Khan jail where he was imprisoned for a few days. According to the administration, he was charged with "terrorism".  "A case will be made under the law. Newspapers around the world have praised Imran's struggle against military dictator Pervez Musharraf.  But it is also said that he was asking Pervez Musharraf for the post of Prime Minister and when he was denied, he turned against Pervez Musharraf.  On November 18, Imran Khan began a hunger strike in Dera Ghazi Khan Jail. On November 22, he was suddenly released.

 Imran has said that his life and the lives of Tehreek-e-Insaaf workers in Karachi are in danger because the British government did not take any action against Altaf Hussain, the London-based head of the United Qaumi Movement, who tortured them like lions.  can take action.  Imran Khan continued to make allegations against Muhtida Qaumi Movement and its leader Altaf Hussain and claimed that he would go to London with evidence against Altaf Hussain.  He went but could never prove his allegations in any court.

On 30 October 2011, Imran Khan addressed over 100,000 supporters in Lahore, challenging the government's policies, saying the new changes were a "tsunami" against the ruling parties.  Organized a public event.  Since then, Imran Khan has become a real threat to the ruling parties and the future political prospects of Pakistan.  According to a survey by the International Republican Institute, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf tops the list of popular parties in Pakistan both at the national and provincial levels.

 On 6 October 2012, Imran Khan joined a convoy of protesters against a drone attack on the village of Kotai in the South Waziristan region of Pakistan, on 23 March 2013, Khan introduced the New Pakistan Resolution to kick off his election campaign.  On April 29, Abzor newspaper named Imran Khan and his party as the main opposition to the ruling Muslim League.  Between 2011 and 2013, Imran Khan and Nawaz Sharif exchanged bitter words and accusations.  PML-N and PTI have been criticizing each other in the election campaign since April 2013. During this election campaign, Imran Khan announced that he would bring peace to the tribal areas while taking Pakistan out of the US war.  .

  He addressed various public meetings in different cities of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and other parts of the country where he announced that Tehreek-e-Insaf will introduce a uniform education system in which rich and poor children will get equality.  On May 7, 2013, just four days before the elections, Imran Khan was taken to Shaukat Khanum Hospital in Lahore after falling from a forklift.  After the medical examination, it was said that Imran Khan is fine and there is nothing to worry about.  Due to this tragedy, meetings of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf were cancelled. Imran Khan concluded the campaign by addressing a rally of supporters in Islamabad via video link while lying in hospital in Lahore.

His party PTI won in 2018 general elections.

Prime Minister of Pakistan

imran khan Prime Minister of Pakistan


 On August 17, 2018, Imran Khan became the 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan by securing 176 votes, while his opponent and opposition leader Shehbaz Sharif secured 96 votes. He was sworn in on August 18, 2018.  On 18 August, he announced a twenty-member cabinet and selected for himself the portfolios of Minister of Interior and Minister of Power. Later, the cabinet was expanded and he handed over the portfolio of Minister of Power to Umar Ayub Khan.

 Cabinet

 Imran Khan announced his cabinet after taking oath.  Most of his appointed ministers had earlier served under Musharraf and the Pakistan Peoples Party government.

 Film

 A film Captain was released in 2013 on Imran Khan's Jidu Jihad, which depicted Imran Khan's period from 1992 to 2013 until his public transformation.  It was clarified by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf that the investment and presentation of the said film has nothing to do with Imran Khan and his organization and it is an absolutely unrelated project created by people related to film and media.  Is.


 Works


 Imran Khan wrote the following books:


 Imran Khan (1975).  West and East.  Macmillan Publishers.  ISBN 0-333-90059-6.

 Imran Khan;  Patrick Murphy (1983).  Imran: The autobiography of Imran Khan.  Pelham Bucks.  ISBN 0-7207-1489-3.

 Imran Khan (1989).  Imran Khan's cricket skills.  London: Golden Press in association with Hamlin.  ISBN 0-600-56349-9.

 Khan, Imran (1991).  Indus Journey: A Personal View of Pakistan.  Chateau and Winds.  ISBN 0-7011-3527-1.

 Khan, Imran (1992).  All Round View.  Mandarin.  ISBN 0-7493-1499-0.

 Khan, Imran (1993).  Warrior Race: A Journey Through the Land of the Tribal Pathans.  Chateau and Winds.  ISBN 0-7011-3890-4.

 Khan, Imran (2011).  Pakistan: A Personal History.  Bantam Press.  ISBN 0-593-06774-6.

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