Imram Khan

Imran Ahmed Khan cricket

On October 5, 1952, Imran Ahmed Khan Niazi was born in Lahore, in the Punjab region of Pakistan. Of Pashtun race, he came from a fat family, which allowed him to study in England and enter Oxford University. It was during his time in the UK that he started playing justice. In addition, he came commodity of a star among the youthful girls of London’s high society, with whom he’d multitudinous loves. In addition, at that time he also had an affair with the fabulous former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, who was also studying at Oxford.

Considered what’s called an All- rounder in justice( that is, as good at fur as he’s at throwing), in 1971 he was formerly playing with his platoon a test match against England in Birmingham.
He soon came a star in his country and in the 1980s he was formerly the captain of the public platoon. The meridian of his career was reached in 1992, when Pakistan won its first and only Cricket World Cup by beating England in the final in Melbourne.

Come the most notorious and admired Pakistani, and with millionaire advertising contracts, in 1995 he married the screenwriter and London gentleperson Jemima Goldsmith, a close friend of Diana of Wales. In 1996 he decided to set up his own political party in Pakistan, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, with a nationalist and populist bent. In addition, he developed a strong humanitarian exertion, launching hospitals and universities in his country.
He concentrated on his political career. In 2004, after his woman
Jemima had converted to Islam and the couple had two children, they blazoned their divorce, due to his woman
‘s problems conforming to life in Pakistan.

After several times as leader of the opposition in the Asian country, Imran Khan won the choices in 2018- and came chairman of Pakistan. His first measures were aimed at perfecting the country’s frugality, but the epidemic frustrated his plans. In addition, in transnational politics he decided to get near to China and Russia and cool relations with the United States.
As if that weren’t enough, he celebrated the accession to power of the Taliban in Afghanistan and, in fact, asked other countries to fete the new radical government. He also maintained communion with the Taliban in his country, but in recent months, rising affectation and the feeling in public opinion that Khan not only hadn’t stopped corruption, but had increased, caused the Islamabad congress to raise a question of no trust and on April 10 it came to consummation, being the first Pakistani chairman to lose office in this way. Khan has indicted the United States of being behind his downfall.