Where does Prime minister Imran khan come from?
Prime minister Imran Khan was born on October 5, 1952, in Lahore. According to some records, he was born on November 25, 1952.
It was claimed that Pakistan Cricket Board employees misrepresented November 25 on his passport. He has four sisters and is the only child of civil engineer Ikramullah Khan Niazi and his wife Shaukat Khanum.
His paternal family is of Pashtun heritage and is a member of the Niazi tribe; they have lived for a long time in Mianwali in northwest Punjab.
Where did Imran khan live?
After becoming the prime minister of Pakistan in 2018 and taking over at the prime minister’s office, Imran khan had to live in the prime minister’s official residence, it has become Imran Khan House.
Why did Imran leave the prime minister’s official residence?
On 10th april 2022, the express tribune newspaper reported that a crucial no-confidence vote had been passed against the prime minister and now he had to vacate the prime minister house as well as the prime minister’s office.
At first it was not believed by the fans that Imran was going to leave the prime minister’s house or the pakistan pm’s official residence and the pm office. But when pti’s senator Faisal Javed khan tweeted that he had seen imran leave pm’s official residence.
Pti’s senator faisal javed khan tweeted ” “Just saw off PM Imran Khan from PM office and the official state residence. He walked out gracefully and didn’t bow down. He has lifted the entire Nation,” tweeted Faisal.
Where is Imran khan living now?
After the crucial no-confidence vote by the national assembly, the entire nation was in shock as the express tribune newspaper reported. After leaving the official state residence, there is no sign of where the ex prime minister is staying.
Who entered the PM’s official residence next?
The national assembly speaker asad qaiser handed the office to Pakistan muslim league nawaz’s ayaz sadiq. The pakistan muslim league nawaz’s ayaz sadiq is soon set to take over.
What happened to PM house?
The pm house is been given out on rent by the pakistan tehreek e insaf for cultural functions in order to tackle the economic crisis.
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