Quick and Interesting Facts About PTI Leader Imran Khan

Quick facts about Imran Khan

Full name: Ahmad Khan Niazi Imran known as Imran Khan

Birth date:  25 Nov 1952

Place of Birth: Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan

Zodiac Sign:  Sagittarius

Education: Oxford University

Occupation:  Sportsman, Political leader

Interesting Facts About Imran Khan

1- Took Pakistan to Cricket World Cup finals in 1992 and won the competition despite the team’s inadequate activities beginning on.

2- Imran Khan scored 3807 runs and got 362 wickets during his cricketing profession.

3- He founded Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital in and recognized Shaukat Khanum Cancer Medical center in 1994, which was Pakistan’s first hospital for cancer therapy. Imran’s mom passed away of cancer, which inspired him to start cancer hospital venture.

4- Imran is currently developing another cancer hospital, which will be situated in Karachi.imran-khan

5- Imran also founded Namal Higher College in Mianwali in 2008. Namal college is an affiliate college of the School of Bradford.

6- Imran wedded Jemima Goldsmith in 1995. She was a Jew but turned into Islam before marriage. The marriage ceremony was organized in London. PTI Imran Khan on a PIA journey to Lahore with Kid Child

7- Imran’s first child, Suleiman Isa, was born on Apr 10, 1996. Imran and Jemima had another baby in 1999 and known as him Kassim.

8- Imran Khan and Jemima separated in 2004, following the couple’s variations on Imran’s governmental events. Despite the divorce, Jemima has not changed her name and is constantly on the sustain her near relationship with Imran.

9- Imran is currently chair of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). He was chosen as Member of National Assembly MNA in 2002 when he competitive the selection for the very new.

10- Imran Khan has addressed World Economic Forum to become the only Asian to do so without being a part of the government.

11- Imran’s popularity rose in 2012 when he was voted as Asia’s Person Of The Year by Asia Society. He scored 88 percent of the total votes.

12- According to Pew Research held in 2012, seven out of ten Pakistani respondents favor Imran to lead the country.


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