Imran Khan is campaigning hard on populist promises of a prosperous Pakistan that breaks away from its persistent legacy of corruption, even as he expands appeals to nationalist and religious sentiment in the nuclear-armed, Muslim nation.
Two weeks before a make-or-break election for Imran Khan, his ex-wife Reham Khan’s autobiography portrays the former cricketing superstar and prime ministerial hopeful as a man who led “a bizarre life” of “sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll”.
Express News reporter Ahmed Mansoor asked DGPR Major General Asif Ghafoor that why the Army was not acting upon the “scourge” Imran Khan like it had done with Nawaz Sharif and former Pakistan president Asif Ali Zardari.
An anti-corruption crusader, Khan spent years on the fringes deriding the influence of powerful dynastic families as a symptom of a dishonest and venal political system.
A day after Sharif was sent to 10 years imprisonment for holding undeclared and expensive properties in London, Imran Khan blamed the former PM and PML-N for the four-fold increase in Pakistan’s debts in the past 10 years and also for the depreciating value of Pakistan rupee.
Ahead of Pakistan’s general elections scheduled on July 25, the 65-year-old leader said that key to the Prime Minister House lies in understanding the country’s complex political realities.
The nomination papers of Abbasi and his covering candidate Sardar Mehtab Khan for NA-53 were rejected by the returning officer after the candidates failed to fill the affidavit as per the requirements, Dawn reported.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan’s estranged wife Reham Khan has angered several people recently, the latest being Jemima Goldsmith, who was also married to the former cricketer. Here’s why.
Reham Khan married Imran Khan on January 6, 2015. The marriage lasted for only a few months, as the couple divorced on October 30, 2015.
Showing no mercy, Reham criticised Imran and his party for the recent nomination of Nasir Khosa as caretaker chief minister of Punjab and then withdrawing it later.
Earlier, the Election Commission of Pakistan announced that a total of 105.95 million voters will use their right of vote to elect the new government. Among them are 59.2 million male and 46.7 million female voters, showing A gender gap of over 12.5 million.
Nawaz Sharif has taken to calling Imran a “ladla,” a pet, and we all know what institution he is alluding to.
The former cricket star, who became Pakistan’s chief opposition leader and now seeks to become the country’s next prime minister, had launched his party’s campaign for the July elections on Sunday,
According to reports, the edited photo of Imran Khan as Shiva was posted on social media by a Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz), PML-N, supporter on April 8, 2018, and since then, it has gone viral on several online platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
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