Imran Khan | Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf

 

The explosive popularity of Imran Khan’s recent The Economist article reveals why he remains the dominant political force in Pakistan heading towards elections, despite unjust efforts to minimize his voice. With over 1.3 million reads on twitter alone, Khan’s op-ed outshone all other The Economist content since 2007. This massive endorsement underscores his unique visionary appeal as a leader. 

 

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Imran Khan, Pakistan's charismatic former cricket star and ex-Prime Minister, is known for his bold persona and populist rhetoric. Yet his true passion lies in humanitarian work, especially after losing his mother to cancer in 1985.

 

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Night that turned the tables on the imported govt, will not only keep them tossing and turning in their beds for a long time to come but will also be marked as a turning point in the history of the struggle for real liberation of Pakistan. A handful of unarmed volunteers, equipped with nothing else but relentless passion and faith, guarding their beloved leader Imran Khan, were attacked with full might of the state. The force included, in addition to the regular police of five districts, paramilitary troops from the constabulary and rangers.

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