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Can Imran Khan Become Prime Minister Again?

Ex-PM & chairman Imran Khan return as prime minister raises question.

Last year, the coronavirus sparked global outrage while Imran Khan was in power, resulting in trillions of dollars in ongoing losses. As a former prime minister, Imran Khan implemented a clever lockdown strategy, earning praise worldwide.

As most of the PTI leadership, including Imran Khan, are either in jail or have cases against them and are facing arrests, production, and legal proceedings, the current political climate in the nation does not appear to be favorable to Tehreek-e-Insaf. Let’s look at the details to see how this all came about and whether Imran Khan can ever run for prime minister again.

Struggle of PTI and Imran Khan

Chairman On April 25, 1996, PTI founded the Tehreek-e-Insaf political party. Imran Khan established the Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital and held the position of Chancellor at Bradford University before his election as Prime Minister.

Imran Khan, who assumed the role of prime minister five years ago, enjoyed a remarkable career as a cricketer, leading Pakistan to victory in the 1992 World Cup, an accomplishment unmatched by any other cricketer.

The chairman of PTI holds master’s degrees in political science, philosophy, and economics. Imran Khan believes that the Independent Accountability Bureau, the Independent Judiciary, and the Independent Election Commission are the only political institutions that can address Pakistan’s issues.

Tehreek-e-Insaf established its own provincial government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa following 17 years of political and power struggle. It was a strong start for PTI to rank as the nation’s second-largest political party in terms of votes and third-largest in terms of seats.

Later, PTI had a successful election campaign in 2018, winning significant seats in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as well as other provinces and federations. The party also includes members of the Federal Cabinet for the years 2018 to 2022, including Prime Minister Imran Khan, President Dr. Arif Alvi of Pakistan, and Governor Imran Ismail of Sindh.

Separation from the Prime Ministership

Before his official ouster from office in April 2022 as the nation’s first prime minister, Imran Khan delivered on the 100-day promise, introduced the Ehsaas program, and implemented the Insaf Card, among other amenities at the Prime Minister House.

Everything was not so simple. Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri rejected the motion of no confidence, and President disbanded the National Assembly based on a summary sent by then-Prime Minister Imran Khan, but the Supreme Court upheld Qasim’s decision, ruling the removal of Suri as unlawful.

The poet suggests that Imran Khan’s lawful removal from office occurred after the dissolution of the Prime Ministership and the National Assembly. Consequently, the members presented and approved the no-confidence motion against him in the restored National Assembly.

Pointless accountability and political distraction

It was undoubtedly Imran Khan’s hope to prosecute corrupt opposition party lawmakers as well as former president Asif Zardari and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, however this call for accountability was ineffective.

The nation is currently aware of the court’s rulings, the NAB’s shortcomings, and the functioning of the law enforcement sector. Distraction from politics is a separate problem. The caretaker government took office after the Shehbaz Sharif administration did, but political manipulation continues.

The end of PTI?

Not a single, not a few, but hundreds of PTI leaders, representatives, and employees including ex-ministers of state and ex-special aides to the PTI have resigned from the party and politics. Television broadcast numerous press conferences, with Usman Darka’s being the most recent.

Imran Khan, who was regarded as the heart and soul of Tehreek-e-Insaf, is held first in Attock Jail and subsequently in Adiala Jail, giving the impression that PTI is at an end. Tehreek-e-Insaf will still run in the elections, according to PTI’s Bachi Khachi leadership, and Imran Khan will take over as prime minister.

Imran Khan, the next prime minister

Politics, so the saying goes, has no last letter. The PTI leadership is under fire and is being sued in a manner similar to how the opposition was treated under Imran Khan’s administration, which is incompatible with Imran Khan’s unwillingness to accept the role of prime minister.

The PML-N and the People’s Party are equally involved in this game because Asif Zardari is also active on the political scene and Nawaz Sharif has also announced his arrival in Pakistan this month. Some analysts believe that Imran Khan’s political party has bent its back to seize power by dealing with the hidden establishment or in some other way.

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