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Imran Khan, a figure who has been able to drag his country even beyond the cricket fields, thus consolidating his legend both on and off the pitch.
That Imran Khan was destined for great things was seen even from the cradle, just start with the surname: “Khan“, the noble class that dominated India until the arrival of the English. The pedigree then suggests that the surname is not the result of chance or good assonance. His paternal family is of
In a family of this type, if you are not one of the most successful of your generation, you risk being nobody. The future Pakistani leader, however, is not a man to be satisfied.
The Beckenbauer of cricket
In 1972 he moved to England to study at the Keble collage in Oxford where he will be able to deepen his commitment to cricket, a sport in which he excels and which has seen him, for 1 year now, a permanent presence in the national team. In 1975 he finished his studies at Oxford, graduating with honors in philosophy, politics and economics. By doing so, Imran can finally return to Pakistan where he can show his people what he has learned in England.
Nicknamed “Beckenbauer” for his skills as a leader on the pitch, he was the captain of the national team from 1982 to 1992. In particular, Khan announced his retirement from the national team at the end of the 1987 World Cup, the insistence of the president
In sport as in life
In 1996 he founded the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party and with it he began to make his voice heard in the country. In 2001 he sided against the
On 17 August 2018 Imran Khan was elected Prime Minister of Pakistan, winning with 178 votes against Shehbaz Sharif’s 96.
A cultural revolution
Imran Khan’s goal has always been to make Pakistan, for the first time in its history, an independent country capable of playing a leading role in the region. In short, a “new country” that knows how to remain faithful to the principles of
5 pillars for a government that aspires to change by looking at the Mughals … The prerequisites are all seen and considered that, to date, according to the site Yougov is the most loved person in Pakistan and the 12th in the world. A noble captain ready to lead the country, dragging it like in a cricket world championship.
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