What you think about Imran khan?

@isloooboy (1741)
United Arab Emirates
June 26, 2011 9:12am CST
Imran khan Pakistan cricket team skipper in 1992 who made Pakistan Cricket World Champion. After that he build one of the biggest Cancer hospital in Pakistan where poor people are getting absolutely free treatment. Than he built one of the worlds leading University in Mianwali one of the lowest literacy rate city of Pakistan. Now he is an emerging Politician who is reedy to lead Pakistan with the help of 53% youth of Pakistan who loves him more than anything right now. What do you think about Imran Khan can he the Next Prime Minister of Pakistan?
6 responses
@petersum (4526)
• United States
26 Jun 11
He has lost his opportunity in my opinion. Too wishy-washy as a politician and wasted a lot of time. Now I don't think he has the following he once had. But in Pakistan, anything can happen, it's that kind of country. Whatever, he can't be any worse than the present politicians.
@isloooboy (1741)
• United Arab Emirates
27 Jun 11
I disagree with your opinion regarding he has lost his opportunity but he was working slow and steady to prevent support from corrupt and also wanted to learn how to keep distance from more corrupted bureaucratic system. He was also working to win middle class hearts and minds first because they are the real victims and they have the ability to make opinions in poor who are still voting on family system because of their close relationship. Youth who want to get respect around the globe and secure their future turning towards Imran Khan because they don't want to retest those who are already well tested. We think he is more near to our hearts and mind because he is speaking through our language means what we have in our mind he is working for it. Yes in Pakistan anything can happen but what is not happening right now is Rule of Law and Justice with equality. This is the basic slogan of Imran khan and that's why we are supporting him. I know why you said, "everything can happen" so every opposition of Imran Khan will do whatever will be needed to prevent him to reach in the Parliament. But you have to believe on yourself and put your all efforts for your cause and start pushing until you achieve your goal.
@moksha09 (468)
• India
27 Jun 11
hi Isloo Imran is talking the language of democracy and he has already created a cancer hospital and a University so the people will remember that.But the task ahead is becoming more and more difficult mere popularity or an election win may not save Pakistan.Imran is a popular politician and one of the icons of pakistan so it is well within his capacity to lead Pakistan out of the mess they find themselves in.
@isloooboy (1741)
• United Arab Emirates
27 Jun 11
Well I don't think Pakistan in such a worst position but the way our projection is going on it is a problem. There is always some factors behind every mess it is true but we have to identify them and face them with true spirit and I am very hope Insha Allah we will.
@TeamCholent (2843)
• United States
26 Jun 11
I don't think he has what it takes. He needs the support of the religious sector and not the secular as they control Pakistan. The youth are easily swayed one way or another so they can't always be counted on. He lacks the experience needed to run a country, sure he did a lot of good things for the country but that doesn't make you a great leader. 53% of the youth you are quoting I am almost certain included people too young to vote so you can't bring any proof from that. If he gets the support of the religious sector he will win, without them he has no chance.
@isloooboy (1741)
• United Arab Emirates
27 Jun 11
Its just perception, religious people don't harm anyone but secular extremists are the real danger for us who I think blind followers of west. When I say youth I count them from the age of 18 to 40 and they all have the right to vote first thing. Second most of them are fall in the category of "want to do something good for their country and they can work hard for it". The age group above from 40 is already showing their dislikeness towards old horses so I think there is a fair chance for Imran Khan to get maximum from the current situation.
• United States
28 Jun 11
Please read what I write in the future before responding. I never mentioned religious people to harm anyone! Also, you seem to assume a lot and judging people based on generalizations which is never a smart thing, your making anyone over 40 to be bad a bad person who doesn't feel any loyalty for their country.
@waflay (2717)
• Nairobi, Kenya
27 Jun 11
A caring youth leader! I wish we had an aspiring leader like him in my country. The person who can help uplift lives of poor community indeed deserves a little help to do more. If Pakistani youth are up for his leadership then he will make it, that could be the best lesson for many other countries.....
@isloooboy (1741)
• United Arab Emirates
27 Jun 11
Thanks for your supporting words and I pray you also get one leader like him :D
@ravisivan (14055)
• India
26 Jun 11
All that is ok. Does he have the cunningness to to do things without the knowledge of others and take the mass with him. 53% is ok. Can he see that others who do not support him do not indulge in nefarious activities. I do not know what the popularity wave in your place. If he can succeed it is well and good. In fact I do remember he was considered the most handsome cricketer in his times. yes. islooboy is also handsome!!
@isloooboy (1741)
• United Arab Emirates
27 Jun 11
Yes every handsome and beautiful boys and girls are supporting their charming, dashing and emerging Leader who will be the Next Prime Minister. Well as per petersum's opinion he wasted lots of time but he was not wasting time he was searching for best Pakistani professionals to induct them in his team. Just go and visit insaf dot pk and take look to his team in which he has best experts of Financial, foreign relations, planners, thinkers, lawyers, Human right activists, social and experienced technocrats. He do not wanted to rely on old fat holy cow's, so slow and steady always win the race correct?
7 Aug 11
Imran khan is such an inspiration. I really wish that he will be the next Prime Minister of Pakistan. I just hate the current situation in Pakistan, so many currupt politican. People like Imran Khan would really make a change in pakistan. Lets just hope that one day he will be at the top. I didnt know that he did so many good things as you said about the cancer hospital and the university, I wish there would me more people like Imran Khan in pakistan.
@sanjay91422 (2728)
• India
28 Jun 11
It is nice to know that someone is doing such work in Pakistan now. I have more respect for the Imran Khan now. I support the Imran Khan and I think he should be appointed the next Prime Minister of the Pakistan and I am sure he will be one of the best Prime Minister in the world. I am sure that Pakistan will be lucky to have a Leader like him.