According to Dawn, the former Pakistan Prime Minister has been arrested in connection with charges that Bahria Town gave land worth PKR 530 million to the Al-Qadir Trust, which is held by the PTI chairman and his wife.

According to Fawad Chaudhry, the official spokesperson for Imran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, “Khan has been whisked away by unknown people to an unknown location,” adding that the Chief Justice of the Islamabad High Court has ordered the Secretary Interior and the Inspector General of Police to appear in court within 15 minutes.

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Here’s all you need to know about Imran Khan:

Imran Khan wife:

Khan married Jemima Goldsmith in a two-minute Urdu ceremony in Paris on May 16, 1995. They were married again a month later, on 21 June, in a civil ceremony at the Richmond registry office in England. Jemima became a Muslim after marrying. Sulaiman Isa and Kasim, the couple’s two kids, were born. The pair split on June 22, 2004, terminating their nine-year marriage because it was “difficult for Jemima to adapt to life in Pakistan.”

Imran Khan declared his marriage to Reham Khan on January 6, 2015, which ended in divorce on October 30, 2015. Reham Khan is a Baffa-based British-Pakistani journalist, author, and filmmaker.

According to reports from mid-2016, late 2017 and early 2018, Khan married his spiritual guide (murshid), Bushra Bibi. Khan, PTI officials, and Manika family members all disputed the rumor. Khan called the media “unethical” for propagating the rumor, and the PTI filed a complaint against the news outlets that broadcast it. However, on 7 January 2018, the PTI central secretariat published a statement stating that Khan had proposed to Manika but that she had not yet accepted his proposal. Khan married Manika, according to PTI, on February 18, 2018. Sufism, according to Khan, has influenced his life for three decades, and this is what drew him closer to his wife.

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Imran Khan net worth:

According to Jagran, Imran Khan’s total net worth as of March 16, 2023 was over $50 million, or around Rs 410 crore.

Imran Khan age:

Khan was born on November 25, 1952, in Lahore. Khan is 70 years old.

Imran Khan career:

Khan made his Test debut against England at Edgbaston in 1971. He returned to Pakistan in 1976 and earned a permanent spot on the national squad. Khan was a pioneer of the reverse swing bowling style in the late 1970s. He also has the second-highest all-time batting average for a Test batsman playing at position 6 in the batting order, at 61.86.

Khan took over as captain of the Pakistan cricket team in 1982 and remained in charge until his retirement in 2005.

Khan played his final Test match for Pakistan against Sri Lanka in Faisalabad in January 1992, finishing his career with 88 Test matches, 126 innings, and 3807 runs at an average of 37.69, including six centuries and 18 fifties.


On April 25, 1996, Khan established Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). He then ran for two National Assembly seats in Mianwali and Lahore in the 1997 Pakistani general election as a representative of PTI, but he was defeated by Pakistan Muslim League candidates in both cases.

He took part in the general election in Pakistan once more in October 2002 and was ready to create a coalition if his party did not win a majority of the votes. He won the election in Mianwali.

Khan ran for office in the 2018 General Elections from Bannu, Islamabad, Mianwali, Lahore, and Karachi East. On July 28, the Pakistani Election Commission said that the PTI has taken 116 out of the 270 seats up for election.

He outlined the general direction of his future government in his victory address. Khan claimed that Medina, the first Islamic state, served as his model for creating Pakistan as a humanitarian state. Regarding foreign policy, he commended China and expressed the desire for improved ties with Afghanistan, the US, and India.

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Imran Khan family:

Khan was born in Lahore, the sole child of civil engineer Ikramullah Khan Niazi and his wife Shaukat Khanum, a descendant of Ahmad Hassan Khan. Khan was a quiet and reserved boy in his early years. Khan had a fortunate upbringing with his four sisters in a moderately prosperous (upper middle-class) environment. The parents of Khan were moderate, devout Muslims.

Khan married 3 times and has 3 known children namely- Sulaiman Isa, Kasim Khan and Tyrion Jade, although Khan’s second wife Reham Nayyar alleges that Khan has 5 illegitimate children.