The very chief sentence that Imran Khan, the prime minister-in-waiting, uttered in his victory speech on July 26 was: When I came into politics, I wanted Pakistan to become the kind of country that our leader Muhammad Ali Jinnah wanted. He said his inspiration was Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), “the city of Medina that he founded, how it was based on humanity. For the first time, the state formed was based on humanitarianism.”
Imran Ahmed Khan Niazi was born on October 5th, 1952. One of five siblings, he was the youngest and only son of Ikramullah Khan Niazi, a civil engineer, and Shaukat Khanum.