Birth Name: Imran Ahmad Khan Niazi
Place of Birth: Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Date of Birth: 5 October, 1952
Ethnicity: Pakistani Pashtun
Imran Khan is a Pakistani politician, cricketer, and philanthropist. He has been Prime Minister of Pakistan, since 18 August, 2018. He is also Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, since 25 April, 1996, Minister of Interior, since 18 August, 2018, and a Member of the National Assembly, since 13 August, 2018, and the latter previously from 10 October, 2002 to 3 November, 2007, and again from 11 May, 2013 to 31 May, 2018. He was also Chancellor of the University of Bradford, from 7 December, 2005 to 2014.
Imran is the son of Shaukat Khanum and Ikramullah Khan Niazi. His parents’ families were both of Pashtun descent, his father’s from the Niazi tribe and his mother’s from the Burki tribe.
Imran is married to spiritual advisor Bushra Manika. He has a child with his former partner, Sita White; and two children with his former wife, British documentary filmmaker and journalist Jemima Goldsmith.
Imran’s paternal grandfather was named Azeem Khan Niazi.
Imran’s maternal grandfather was named Ahmad Hasan Khan.
Source: Genealogy of Imran Khan – https://www.geni.com
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