Can Imran Khan become Prime Minister of Pakistan in 2018?


This October issue of Socialist Factor featuring legendary cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan (official) for the first time. Last time we published him two years ago in inside story was ahead of his ‘Second Divorce’ with the second wife, BBC weather presenter Reham Khan.

Ahead of Parliamentary polls in 2018, Imran Khan stands a chance to hit hard two principal parties of Pakistan, PML-N of Nawaz Sharif and PPP of Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari.

When I published the political biography of Imran, Imran Versus Imran -The Untold story in early 2011, the first struggling politician and his party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf was like the Twelfth Man of Pakistan’s political circus.

Seven years later, having captured power in North West Frontier Province or Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Imran Khan and his Movement for Justice has successfully gatecrashed as a Third Force into the binary of Pakistan political world.

Recognised worldwide for his Don Juan style of lifestyle and Lothario-like roller-coaster journey in the high streets of western world capitals, including London and Los Angeles, Imran Khan remains the most versatile Playboy character who is reviled as well as adored alike by equal number of observers, both in his own country and outside world, including arch-rival India.

Can he become the Prime Minister of Pakistan in 2018? Time shall answer this question about the Enigmatic contender!

Read on!

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Frank Huzur is a poet, playwright, biographer and editor of Socialist Factor. He has written political biography of Imran Khan, Imran Versus Imran-The Untold Story and The Fighter. He has also written political biography of socialist patriarch and former defence minister of India, Mulayam SIngh Yadav, The Book is titled, The Socialist. Frank Huzur has written biography of youth icon charismatic socialist leader and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Akhilesh Yadav. Frank has also published his memoir, titled, Soho-Journey from Body to Soul and three plays, including the much controversially popular, Hitler in Love with Madonna. He is currently working on his poetry anthology and first novel, The Boca Harem. He is editor of international English magazine, Socialist Factor and its fortnightly Hindi edition.
  • Ijaz Khan

    Imran Khan Will be the next Prime Minister if Pakistan. Because he is the grassroots leader and people of Pakistan Especially youth & Women fully supported him.

  • Human1

    If Pakistan conduct elections fairly, there is no reason he won’t be elected as the Prime Minister but the chances are very slim as the big stake holders; Army, and America will never tolerate a person backed by the masses in power!