How Pakistan’s cricket superstar became prime minister
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Why the world is watching Imran Khan. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Imran Khan was sworn in as Pakistan’s new prime minister on August 18, … .

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29 thoughts on “How Pakistan’s cricket superstar became prime minister

  1. Reference at 5.10, India was not based on theocracy like Pakistan. We had drafted a secular constitution respecting every right regardless of one's religion (as per constitution).

    Non-Muslims living in, which would be Pakistan, didn't have a choice but flee to India.

    Whereas, Ghandi and Nehru wanted to assure Muslims their rights if they decided to stay in India. Unfortunately, modi is tarnishing that philosophy as each day goes by.

  2. This is the first time I have seen a documentary on Imran Khan. Well I am Indian and he is sort of a meme here but looking at his career he seems impressive. I wish Pakistan the best for it's future.

  3. Now, In 16th of august, as of today taliban have won the entire Afghanistan ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ซ and president ashraf ghani has escaped and now kabul is in hands of taliban, Which proves imran khans thoery completely right! If the US had made peace โ˜ฎ๏ธ they would not probably see this dayโ€ฆ..and now they lost, all money that they put in afghanistan!

  4. 4:37 when Imran Khan spoke about Afghanistan and how their was no military solution to Afghanistan, the whole world blamed him, they called him a terrorist but now fast forward to 2021 America is leaving Afghanistan after their military solution has failed, Imran Khan still to this date is true to his words and has never changed from his claims he told everyone that their was only political solution in Afghanistan and that's is exactly how it's happening now.
    and now us is holding peace talks with Taliban.

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