Khan was born into a wealthy Pashtun family in Lahore and attended selected schools in Pakistan and the United Kingdom, including Royal High School in Worcester and Edison College in Lahore. He has several successful cricket clubs in his family, including his two older cousins, Javed Burki and Majid Khan, both captains of the Pakistani national team. Imran Khan played cricket in Pakistan and the UK from an early age and continued his education in philosophy, politics, and economics at Oxford University. Heldon played his first match against Pakistan in 1971, but his place in the team was confirmed only after he left Oxford in 1976.
Imran Khan has been sworn in as the 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan. In other words, Prime Minister Imran Khan (seemingly wrong) has won the first position in our country and he should start promising #NewPakistan. Ceremonies were held and regular procedures (honorary ceremonies and whale ceremonies) were also presented. A list of the last 15 board members and five board members was provided. The cabinet split between Monday. Now the real work begins. Promises were made during the election campaign and the political struggle of the last 22 years. But before construction begins in the new Pakistan, we know the incredible story of the captain. One of perseverance, perseverance, and hope.
The 1992 World Cup was not the result of the team’s (only) ability and skill. In fact, almost all the members of the 1992 World Cup agree that Imran Khan‘s uncontrollable will and leadership have made Pakistani cricket unbearable. In the field of philanthropy, the story of Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital at NUML University is almost unbelievable. No one believed that Imran Khan would be able to set up these agencies with public donations. Of course, no one would have guessed that this connoisseur could lead these foundations to charity. He made fun of her efforts. Bengali now but the captain’s personal will and determination, if necessary, was due to lack of resources. But the captain’s most incredible achievement should be in politics. When Pakistan founded the anti-Pakistan movement in 1996, Imran Khan was ridiculed. Political experts have been arguing for years that the captain is not a politician. He should not enter Pakistani politics. He cannot kneel down to enter the corridors of political power. It has no strategy for negotiating the path to power. They claim that they can be a copy of Asghar Khan … but not now.
These views were confirmed when the party lost all the seats in the 1997 elections and won one seat (Imran Khan’s own seat) in the 2002 elections. Henan had reasons to give up his dream. A wise and experienced politician persuaded him to resign. To see the writing on the wall. Many people wrote politics as a tribute. They made fun of his ideas and made fun of his success. But Captain Khan still believes that his time is coming, even though there are no logical reasons for it.
During the 2008 election campaign, the captain decided to boycott the election (allegations of irregularities and pre-election fraud). In fact, the captain tore up his nomination papers during a press conference before the 2008 election. And suddenly, the captain and his PTI had no presence in parliament. Political magicians swore it would be the captain’s last. By boycotting the elections, he is about to remove the remaining members of his political faction from power (at that time he did not really have a political ‘political party). People urged him to focus on social work instead of leaving politics, where he achieved little success. That was good advice. There was every reason for the captain to leave. His political days were for all intents and purposes. His message failed. And that was it.
But, for some unknown reason, the captain refused to accept it. And then, suddenly, on an October night in 2011, the captain saw that his (inappropriate) perseverance was being rewarded. And we all saw a miracle. The captain had arranged a meeting in Lahore. As always, political pundits speculated that it would be short and meaningless. The ruling parties rejected it as a vague slogan of a dying political party. Everyone looked at Minar Pakistan with their own eyes and waited with a sigh to see if this day would be the end of Imran Khan’s promise or the birth of a new political force. And then it happened: they joined the tens and twenties and hundreds of groups – on donkey cards and Land Cruisers, from the dusty fields of affluent living rooms to some bare feet and other veiled shoes – until the ‘tsunami’ of humanity. Spread out They waited patiently and danced for hours hoping to be alone: Imran Khan, no Shah Mehmood Qureshi, or Jahangir Tareen or Aleem Khan were on stage. In fact, this ‘tsunami’ was gathered to celebrate their protests. This moment was a fracture of our political history, and it started a new hope.
Captain’s PTI did not win the 2013 general election, but it has emerged as a political force. In the years to come, when the captain became a scapegoat for the then PML-N as well as the PPP, there were many more reasons to leave and go home. But we don’t know, Captain. He is not the captain who won the 1992 World Cup, or built a cancer hospital, or started a political party or is now the Prime Minister of our country.
This is a moment of hope. From tomorrow, the captain’s biggest challenge to date will be to start building a new Pakistan. But tonight, for this brief moment, let’s stop acknowledging the incredible story of this invincible captain. And, learning from history, trust their ability to keep their promises.