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Pak PM Imran Khan: Crown of Thorns or Bed of Roses?

The 22 years of political struggle has borne fruit for Pakistan’s World Cup winning former cricket captain Imran Ahmed Khan Niazi, known by his short name Imran Khan. President Mamnoon Hussain administered the Oath of Office to Khan as Prime Minister during the oath taking ceremony at the Aiwan-e-Sadr, Islamabad on 18 August, 2018. This also ended the dominance of the troika who have formed the government in Pakistan – the Army which has remained a dominant player in the country’s history and the two political parties – Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML N) and the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP). Imran had been at the vanguard of the political battle to displace the established political order promising a Naya Pakistan to his countrymen. He has finally succeeded in gaining the high office. Pakistan Tehreek Insaaf (PTI) is also set to form the government in three provinces in the country – Punjab albeit a touch and go situation, Balochistan in an alliance and Khyber Pakhtoonwa with a clear majority. With his bête noir Mr Nawaz Sharif of PML N three time Prime Minister in Adiala jail and the  PPP Co Chairman and former President Asif Ali Zardari having sought bail from the courts the same day that Imran was taking oath of office, Khan appears invincible for now........................ [926 Words].

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