Imran Khan

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Person.png Imran Khan  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(Cricketer, Politician)
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BornImran Ahmed Khan Niazi
5 October 1952
Lahore, West Punjab, Dominion of Pakistan
Alma materKeble College Oxford
Spouse • Jemima Khan
• Reham Khan
• Bushra Bibi
Member ofGoldsmith family, Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China
ex-Pakistani Prime Minister

Employment.png Prime Minister of Pakistan

In office
18 August 2018 - 10 April 2022

Employment.png Chancellor of Bradford University

In office
7 December 2005 - 7 December 2014
EmployerUniversity of Bradford

Imran Ahmed Khan Niazi is a Pakistani politician and former cricketer who was the 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan from August 2018 to April 2022.

Amid a constitutional crisis, Imran Khan became the first Prime Minister to be removed from office through a no-confidence motion in April 2022. In August, he was charged under anti-terror laws after accusing the police and judiciary of detaining and torturing an aide. In November 2022, Imran Khan survived an assassination attempt during a political rally in Wazirabad, Punjab.[1]

In August 2023, Police arrested Imran Khan in the eastern city of Lahore after a court sentenced him to three years in prison for illegally selling state gifts. Khan’s lawyer Intezar Panjotha said:

“We are filing a petition against the decision in the High Court.”

In a video recorded before his arrest and posted on social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter, Khan called on his supporters to take to the streets in protest.

“I only have one request, one appeal for you. You must not sit quietly inside your homes. The struggle I am doing is not for my own self, it’s for my nation, for you. For the future of your children.
“If you don’t stand up for your rights, you will live lives of slaves and slaves don’t have a life.”[2]

2022 death threats

Indian press reported in March 2022 that:

"Security agencies of Pakistan have reported a 'plot' for the assassination of Prime Minister Imran Khan".[3][4] According to these reports, "a foreign nation sent a message that he needs to be removed or Pakistan will face consequences".

Interviewed by Julian Assange

In 2012, Imran Khan was interviewed by Julian Assange:

"The blossoming of Khan's political credibility began with his boycott of the 2008 elections, a decision taken because 'they were being manipulated by the Bush administration', and his warning that they would be 'a disaster for the people of Pakistan'. Four years on and corruption scandals and the devastation of the War on Terror have given serious weight to Khan's campaign. In this dramatic interview, he expands on the need for a fundamental change in what he calls Pakistan's 'client master' relationship with the US, a supposed ally that 'did not trust us and actually came and killed someone on our own soil. Are we a friend, or an enemy?'"[5]


In August 2023, the Julian Assange interview was reprised on Twitter:

The US asked for Imran Khan to be removed as PM because his lack of alignment with the US and NATO in Ukraine.
Julian Assange: "I saw these videos of your rallies last night, so I think this is great but I worry that you're going to get blown up."
"Khan is a critic of US foreign policy. In 2012, Julian Assange interviewed Khan about US occupation of Afghanistan and the war on terror:[6]


A Document by Imran Khan

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:Uniting Behind A People’s Vaccine Against COVID-19open letter14 May 2020"COVID-19/Vaccine"A number of deep state operatives, including 14 Bilderbergers, calling for the creation of infrastructure to rapidly jab everyone in the world.


An appointment by Imran Khan

Makhdoom Shah Mahmood QureshiPakistan/Foreign Minister20 August 201810 April 2022


Events Participated in

2006 Counter Terror World Summit5 December 20066 December 2006London
Bunch of "counter-terrorists" who met in London 2006
WEF/Annual Meeting/202021 January 202024 January 2020World Economic Forum
This mega-summit of the world's ruling class and their political and media appendages happens every year, but 2020 was special, as the continuous corporate media coverage of COVID-19 started more or less from one day to the next on 20/21 January 2020, coinciding with the start of the meeting.


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