World Best Leader PM Imran Khan.
Imran Khan was Born on 5 October 1952 to a Pashtun family in Lahore, Imran Ahmed Niazi Khan is the 22nd and current Prime Minister of Pakistan. He has graduated from Keble College Oxford in the year 1975.
He is the Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf PTI.
Imran Khan was an international cricketer and also the captain of the Pakistan national cricket team before joining Politics. 1992 Cricket World Cup was led to victory by the Pakistan National Cricket Team by him. He also remained the chancellor of the universeity of Bradford from the year 2005 to 2014 in the United Kingdom.
How Imran Khan in reality is known?
As a first class Cricketer?
A political leader?
A social or literary man?
Imran Khan as a Cricketer:
Imran Khan started his cricket career at his early 16. During the 1973-1975 seasons he remained the part of the Blues Cricket team of the University of Oxford.
He was initially a medium paced Bowler, but worked hard remodeling his action to a sort of classical one and by strengthening his body, he became a fast bowler.
In 1971, he created a Test Cricket debut at Edgbaston against the England. Also played against the England in one day International match ODI at Trent Bridge in 1974 for the Prudential Trophy. After graduating from Oxford in 1976 and returning to Pakistan, in native national team he secured his permanent place during the phases against Australia and New Zealand.
In 1978, at Perth, he secured the third rank by establishing 139.7km in a fast bowling contest and hence attained credibility for being one of the world’s faster bowlers.
He earned the repute of being the pioneer of the bowling technique of the reverse swing. While playing against India in 1983 he earned a Test bowling rating of 922 Points. In 75 tests, Imran Khan by scoring 300 wickets and 3000 runs has achieved a rounder’s triple, second-fastest after Ian Botham’s 72.
In January 1992 he played his last test match for Pakistan and retired permanently six months after playing against England in Melbourne, Australia in the 1992 World’s Cricket Cup Final. In 1982, Imran Khan at the age of thirty-eight years, at the peak of his cricket career, had taken over the captaincy of Pakistan’s national cricket team.
1992 World’s Cricket Cup was led to victory by Pakistan under his captaincy. In three-test series against England, he topped both the bowling and batting averages. Being Captain, he played a total of eighty eight test matches, and Pakistan won 14 among them, 8 were lost and the rest 26 were drawn.
Playing against the India in a Test series, his shin was subjected to a stress fracture due to which he remained out of the field for more than two years but Pakistani Government funded his treatment and experimental recovery for which he come back to the ground with more vigor at the ending of the season of 1984-1985.
Imran khan as a Politician:
During his cricket career, Imran Khan was invited and offered by the President General Zia-ul-Haq to join the politics. He was also offered by the Nawaz Sharif to join his party but he refused their offers.
In 1996 He founded his own Party named Pakistan Tehreek e Insaaf and served as a Chairman. In 2002 he succeeded in winning a seat in National assembly. Elections that were held in 2008 were boycotted by PTI.
But it soon became the second largest party by the votes of the public. In the elections held in 2018 Imran Khan nominated himself as a candidate for the prime Minister and secured his seat he took an oath being the prime minister of Pakistan.
Under Imran khan’s premiership the economy of the country started recovering, because to minimize the fiscal deficit, he limited the defense spending. He has also established a campaign against corruption which was criticized by the oppositions.
He also launched the project for the reforestation and also to expand the national parks he signed projects. He enhanced the policies for tax collection and investments. He empowered the relations with India, Russia and United States.
He is trying his best to increase the renewable resources and make Pakistan also renewable by the year 2030.
Imran khan’s social and literary work:
A fundraising campaign was launched by Imran Khan to put up the foundation of a cancer hospital in memory of his mother.
He succeeded in raising funds of an approximate 25 million dollars and set up a cancer hospital in Lahore in
He also led the foundation of another hospital in Peshawar in the year of 2015. He kept striving to be a social worker and ade his efforts to expand the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer hospital to include a research center as well and also succeeded in it.
In the year of 2008, he also founded Namal College
. As for the literary work he has published a total of six works containing nonfictional content out of which one is an autobiography of him.
His book “Main or Mera Pakistan” got published in 2014 in which he has put his pen over the modern history of Pakistan. In his autobiography, he has written about his transformation from a cricketer to a political leader and the challenges he has faced in that entire era.