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Title: IMRAN KHAN


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GROUP MEMBERS
  • MUHAMMAD KHALID REHAN
  • (13083122-032)
  • UNIVERSITY OF GUJRAT

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IMRAN KHAN
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ITRODUCTION
  • Name Imran Khan Niazi
  • Born (Birthday) 25 November 1952
  • Birth Place Lahore
  • Parents Shaukat Khanum, Ikramullah Khan
    Niazi.
  • Wife Name Ex-wife Jemima Khan

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  • Children Sulaiman Khan, Qasim Khan
  • Education Aitchison College, Royal Grammar
    School Worcester, University of Oxford, Keble
    College, Oxford.
  • Personality Cricketer, Politician, social
    worker.
  • Chancellor of Bradford University, England and
    Namal College.

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CRICKET CAREER
  • He was Pakistan's most successful cricket
    captain, leading his country to victory at
    the 1992 Cricket World Cup, playing for
    thePakistani cricket team from 1971 to 1992.

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1992 CRICKET WORLD CUP FINALPAKISTAN VS ENGLAND
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  • PAKISTAN
  • 249/6
  • 50
  • ENGLAND
  • 227/10
  • 49.2
  • PAKISTAN WON BY 22 RUNS.

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WELFARE ACTIVTIES
  • Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer and Research
    Centre((SKMCHRC).

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  • Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and
    Research Centre (SKMCHRC) is a state-of-the-art
    cancer Centre located in Lahore, Pakistan. It is
    a project of the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Trust,
    which is a charitable organization established
    under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860
    of Pakistan. The institution is the brainchild of
    Pakistani cricket superstar, Imran Khan. The
    inspiration came after the death of his mother,
    Mrs. Shaukat Khanum, from cancer.
  • Imran Khan made a nation-wide appeal for the
    collection of funds from a match between Pakistan
    and India on November 10, 1989 at Gaddafi
    Stadium, Lahore which raised Rs. 2,902,600

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THE NAMAL COLLEGE
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  • On 27 April 2008, Khan established a technical
    college in the Mianwali District called Namal
    College. It was built by the Mianwali Development
    Trust (MDT), and is an associate college of the
    University of Bradford in December 2005.

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THE IMRAN KHAN FOUNDATION
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  • Imran Khan Foundation is another welfare work,
    which aims to assist needy people all over
    Pakistan. It has provided help to flood victims
    in Pakistan.
  • Buksh Foundation has partnered with the Imran
    Khan Foundation to light up villages in Dera
    Ghazi Khan, Mianwali and Dera Ismail Khan under
    the project 'Lighting a Million Lives'.

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POLITICS
  • In 1996, Khan founded a political party, Pakistan
    Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

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  •  He represented Mianwali as a member of
    the National Assembly from November 2002 to
    October 2007.
  • On 2 October 2007, as part of the All Parties
    Democratic Movement, Khan joined 85 other MPs to
    resign from Parliament in protest of the
    presidential election scheduled for 6 October,
    which general Musharraf was contesting without
    resigning as army chief.

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  • On 3 November 2007, Khan was put under house
    arrest, after president Musharraf declared
    a state of emergency in Pakistan.
  •   Later Khan escaped and went into hiding.
  • He eventually came out of hiding on 14 November
    to join a student protest at the University of
    the Punjab.

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TSUNAMI
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  • On 30 October 2011, Khan addressed more than
    100,000 supporters in Lahore, challenging the
    policies of the government, calling that new
    change a "tsunami" against the ruling parties.

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  • Another successful public gathering of 250,000
    supporters was held in Karachi on 25 December
    2011.

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  • On 6 October 2012, Khan joined a vehicle caravan
    of protesters from Islamabad to the village of
    Kotai in Pakistan's South Waziristan region
    against U.S. drone missile strikes.

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NAYA PAKISTAN RESOLUTION
  • On 23 March 2013, Khan introduced the "Naya
    Pakistan Resolution" (New Pakistan) at the start
    of his election campaign.

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  •  On 30 April 2013, Manzoor Wattoo president
    of Pakistan Peoples Party (Punjab) offered Khan
    the office of prime minister in the
    possible coalition government which would include
    the PPP and Khan's PTI, in a move to
    prevent Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz to make the
    government, but the offer was rejected.

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KHANSHARIF RIVALRY
  • Between 2011 and 2013, Khan and Nawaz
    Sharif began to engage each other in a bitter
    feud.
  • The rivalry between the two leaders grew in late
    2011 when Khan addressed his largest crowd
    at Minar-e-Pakistan in Lahore.
  • From 26 April 2013, in the run up to the
    elections, both the PML-N and the Pakistan
    Tehreek-e-Insaf started to criticize each other

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2013 ELECTIONS CAMPAIGN
  • On 21 April 2013 Khan launched his final public
    relations campaign for the 2013 elections from
    Lahore where he addressed thousands of supporters
    at The Mall, Lahore.
  • According to the last survey before the elections
    by The Herald showed 24.98 percent of voters
    nationally planned to vote for his party, just a
    whisker behind former prime minister Nawaz
    Sharifs Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N).
  • On 7 May, just four days before the elections,
    Khan was rushed to Shaukat Khanum hospital in
    Lahore after he tumbled from a forklift at the
    edge of a stage and fell headfirst to the ground.

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11 MAY 2013 ELECTIONS
  • Pakistan's 2013 elections were held on 11 May
    2013 throughout the country.
  • The elections resulted in a clear majority of
    Pakistan Muslim League (N).
  • Khan's PTI also emerged as the second largest
    party in Karachi.Khan's party PTI won 30 directly
    elected parliamentary seats.

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KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA GOVERNMENT
  • After 11 may 2013 elections,PTI formed
  • Government in KPK.
  • Pervez khattak was the CM of KPK from PTI.
  • PTI-led Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government presented a
    balanced, tax-free budget for the fiscal year
    2013-14.

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POLICIES
  • 1)EDUCATION
  • 2)ENERGY
  • 3)ECONOMY
  • 4)HEALTH
  • 5)ANTI-CORRUPTION
  • The detail of Education is given below-

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POLICIY OFEDUCATION
  • Imran Khans dreams turning into reality in KPK
    Education System.
  • Education budget would be increased from 2.1 to
    5 of the GDP over its five-year term.
  • This PTI's Education Policy and they are
    implementing it slowly but gradually in KPK.
  • Recently, PTI has turned their promise into
    reality and the governor house has been converted
    into a state of the art education complex. Based
    on most essential needs, 7000 school has been
    identified for basic latrine and drinking water
    facilities. More than 12000 schools have been
    identified for boundary wall and bill has been
    commenced by the education minister.

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  • Concluding in Imran Khans words that
  • The rich mans son and poor mans son will study
    the same syllabus.

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IDEOLOGY
  • Apology towards Bangladesh
  • Khan publicly demanded a Pakistani apology
    towards the Bangladeshi people for the atrocities
    committed in 1971.He called the 1971 operation a
    "blunder"and likened it to today's treatment of
    Pashtuns in the war on terror. Khan is often
    mocked as "Taliban Khan" because of his stance
    against the war in North-West Pakistan. He
    believes in negotiations with Taliban and the
    pull out of the Pakistan Army from Federally
    Administered Tribal Areas(FATA). He is against US
    drone strikes and plans to disengage Pakistan
    from the US-led war on terror. Khan also opposes
    almost all military operations, including the
    Siege of Lal Masjid

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Rally in South Waziristan
  • In August 2012, the Pakistani Taliban issued
    death threats if he went ahead with his march to
    their tribal stronghold along the Afghan border
    to protest US drone attacks, because he calls
    himself a "liberal" a term they associate with
    a lack of religious belief. On 1 October 2012,
    prior to his plan to address a rally in South
    Waziristan, senior commanders of Pakistani
    Taliban said after a meeting headed by the
    Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud that they now
    offered Khan security assistance for the rally
    because of Khan's opposition to drone attacks in
    Pakistan, reversing their previous stance.

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Threats against Kalash culture
  • Taliban has recently issued a threat to Kalash
    people, renowned pro-peace Pakistanis, such as
    Imran Khan has spoken out against it and
    condemned the forced conversions threat by
    Taliban to Kalash people as un-Islamic

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Views on Kashmir
  • Imran Khan views Kashmir issue as a humanitarian
    problem contrary to the concept of territorial
    dispute between two countries (India and
    Pakistan). He also proposed secret talks to
    settle the issue as he thinks the vested
    interests on both sides will try to subvert them.
    He ruled out a military solution to the conflict
    and denied the possibility of a fourth war
    between India and Pakistan over the disputed
    mountainous region

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AWARDS AND HONOURS
  • Khan is featured in the University of Oxford's
    Hall of Fame and has been an honorary fellow of
    Oxford's Keble College.
  • In 1976 as well as 1980, Khan was awarded The
    Cricket Society Wether all Award for being the
    leading all-rounder in English first-class
    cricket.

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  • In 1983, he was also named Wisden Cricketer of
    the Year.
  • In 1983, he received the presidents Pride of
    Performance Award.
  • In 1992, Khan was given Pakistan's civil award,
    the Hilal-i-Imtiaz.

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  • In December 2012, Global Post ranked him third in
    a list of the top nine world leaders who
    influenced the world the most in 2012, behind
    Christine Lagarde and Barack Obama while more
    influential than Hillary Clinton, Kim Jong Un and
    Aung San Suu Kyi.

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  • He was the Asia Society's Person of the Year 2012.

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