The Political Journey of Imran Khan

by B.J. Sadiq
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This revised and updated edition of the best-selling book on the political journey of a hugely popular, colourful and sometimes controversial public figure of Pakistan brings his story up to the present day, when he has beaten all odds to become the Prime Minister of the country. The decisions he makes or defers, the things he does or doesn’t do could have lasting impact on the politics of Pakistan, even India and the rest of South Asia.

It has been, in many ways, an incredible story, and B.J. Sadiq tells it with rare insight, and in compelling style.
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