Controversy Surrounding Imran

Controversy Surrounding Imran

Controversy Surrounding Imran
Imran Khan, Chairman of Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI), never left the debate. He has got involved in all kinds of debate from multiple marriages to terrorism. Photo: AFP

Former cricket star Imran Khan has been sworn in as the next prime minister of Pakistan. Imran has been in politics by calling for resistance against corruption. The political party Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) was formed. But the debate never left behind. Imran's name has been engulfed in all controversies, from many marriages to terrorism.

Imran Khan's party is waiting for the government to get 117 seats in the National Assembly elections on Wednesday. Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N), the founding party of former prisoner former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, got 64 seats. AFP, the country's leading prime minister, has given a series of controversies surrounding the Imran Khan.

Former Pakistan captain Imran Khan does not like feminists She thinks that feminism is completely western. In an interview given in January, Imran said that due to feminism, 'women's fall in the role of a mother has degenerated'. Critics say, the new chairman of the PTI chairman to vote for the conservatives!

Blasphemy Law
Imran was on the road to protecting Pakistan's controversial blasphemy law. The blasphemy law has provisions to execute the death penalty. Imran Khan said in a televised speech a few weeks before Wednesday's election, that his political party supports the blasphemy law and will take all necessary steps to protect this law. Linkara says that this statement given by him is 'threatening' for the Ahmadiyya community.

'Taliban Khan'
In 2013, Imran said that Pakistan should allow Taliban to open its office. Besides, the main leader of the madrassa, Mullah Omar and Jalaluddin Haqqani, who had studied in the madrasa, has an alliance with Sami Ul Haq, PTI.

Imran Khan was not very vocal about the Nobel laureate's condemnation of militant attacks on Yousufzai. The former cricketer has been keen to discuss peace talks with the Taliban since the beginning. For these reasons, he was named, 'Taliban Khan'.

Contradicting US drone attacks
65-year-old politician Imran has rallied several times in protesting the US-run drone attack. His claims, Pakistan's civilian people were killed in the drone strikes. But the US government has always denied this claim In 2012, US immigration officials were found guilty in New York's American airport. US officials wanted to know his views on Pakistan's drone attacks.

Imran Khan came to politics with a loud cry of the anti-corruption slogan. He called the country's "security risks" for corruption. But before the recent elections, Imran has accepted the corrupt leaders of other parties in the PTI! In April, Imran announced that he would recommend an anti-corruption organization to investigate 20 lawmakers of his own party. Because they were accused of selling votes during the Senate election.

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