Prime Minister Imran Khan is celebrating his 68th birthday today.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has seen 68 springs of life on which congratulatory messages are being sent to him from social media and media outlets.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has turned 61 years old. As soon as the birthday started, people sent congratulatory messages to the Prime Minister on the social networking site, “Happy Birthday Khan Sahib” and “Happy Birthday PMI” became the top trend on Twitter.
Born in Lahore on October 5, 1952, Imran Khan is the 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan. He formed the government after winning the 2018 general elections. Imran Khan, who rose to fame as a cricketer, won Pakistan’s first and only Cricket World Cup in 1992. He also established the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital in memory of his mother. He entered the political arena with the PTI in 1996 and succeeded in forming a government after 22 years of struggle.
Congratulatory messages are being sent to Prime Minister Imran Khan on his 68th birthday by political leaders, social and political activists. PTI workers are also celebrating their captain’s birthday. Hashtags based on Imran Khan’s birthday started trending in Pakistan at 12 o’clock at night.
Imran Khan’s birthday trends spread on social media and Happy Birthday Prime Minister Imran Khan became the top trend while party workers also shared posts related to the Prime Minister’s birthday on Facebook.
Imran Khan Achievements :
According to details, Prime Minister Imran Khan opened his eyes in Lahore on October 5, 1952, and graduated in 1975 and started playing international cricket in 1971 at the age of 18.
He is also credited with building the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital in Lahore. Imran Khan founded the PTI on April 25, 1996. He was elected Member National Assembly from Mianwali in 2002. On August 17, 2018, Imran Khan was elected Prime Minister of the country.
1992 proved to be the last year of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s world-class cricket when under his leadership Pakistan made history by winning the Cricket World Cup. As PTI chairman, Imran Khan won the 2018 elections and became the Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Imran Khan is a unique Prime Minister of Pakistan in many respects. He is the first Prime Minister to enter politics from the cricket field and become a member of the National Assembly. Imran Khan’s recent actions as Prime Minister look different from those of other Prime Ministers.
From the time he took over as the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan has started projects like Ehsas Program and Billion Tree Tsunami to provide financial assistance to the deserving and employment to the youth which is unprecedented in the past.
The corona virus caused a worldwide outbreak last year, causing billions of dollars in damage that continues to this day. Here, Prime Minister Imran Khan has achieved tremendous success by adopting a smart lockdown policy and it seems as if the corona virus is slowly dying out in Pakistan.
Among other achievements, significant steps have been taken in other areas, including the 100-day promise, the Ehsas program, science and technology, and health and sanitation. Ministers or top officials who could not work were either replaced or removed from office. Let’s see what steps Prime Minister Imran Khan took during his 2 years in power and what did the people lose and what did they gain?
PTI struggle and Imran Khan
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was started by Prime Minister Imran Khan on April 25, 1996. Before becoming Prime Minister, Imran Khan was not only the Chairman of PTI but also the Chancellor of Bradford University and the founder of Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital.
Not only that, but Prime Minister Imran Khan has lived a wonderful life as a cricketer and in 1992 Pakistan won the World Cup. In the field of education, the flags raised by Prime Minister Imran Khan have a unique status.
He holds a Masters in Economics, Philosophy, and Political Science. According to Imran Khan, the only solution to the problems of the Independent Accountability Bureau, Independent Judiciary, and Independent Election Commission of Pakistan.
In 2013, the PTI became a strong political party after 17 years of struggle, forming its own provincial government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. In terms of votes, PTI was called the second largest political party in terms of seats and third in terms of seats.
Later, in the 2018 elections, the PTI won a resounding victory from across the country and won important seats in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as well as other provinces and the federation. Today, Federal Cabinet Ministers and Prime Minister Imran Khan, as well as President of Pakistan Dr. Arif Alvi and Governor of Sindh Imran Ismail also belong to PTI.