It seems the new regime under the Premiership of the enthusiastic Imran Khan is likely to grow leaps and bounds in a very short time. The leadership of the country has always faced criticism on various forums both nationally and internationally. Corruption and nepotism brought them to the lower levels. The situation is expected to change soon. The recent development in this uplifting of the reputation is witnessed after the publishing of the list of the 100 most influential people 2019 in the renowned Time Magazine.
The list includes the people from a number of walks of life. They are classified into four distinct categories that include the artisans, pioneers, titans, and icons. The good news for Pakistan in this context is that the Prime Minister of the Islamic Public, Mr. Imran Khan is included in the list of the most popular 100 people of the world.
Imran Khan is a celebrity for years. Before joining the world of politics he was a renowned player. He captained the then weakest cricket team and led them with such spirit that they brought home the world cup 1992. His efforts to provide the nation with the best health facilities through the best and first of its kind cancer hospital in Pakistan. The urge to do something for the country brought him into politics. He strived sincerely to reach a point where he could be the real change-maker for the country. Now at this point in just a few early months, he has won the global reputation.
Besides Imran Khan, the list also includes the name of the Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Arden. She has made her place into the list due to her attitude and response regarding the Christ Church mosque incidence. Robert Mueller, the FBI fame is also part of the list.
معروف بین الاقوامی جریدے فارن پالیسی کی طرف سے 2019 کے گلوبل تھنکرز کی جاری کردہ فہرست میں عظیم پاکستانی لیڈر وزیر اعظم عمران خان بھی شامل۔
@ImranKhanPTI https://t.co/NncpYUdVWL pic.twitter.com/UL8j3HfqSl
— Tehreek-e-Insaf (@InsafPK) January 21, 2019
Londoners were heartbroken to wake up to news of the recent and horrific terror attack in Christchurch, shocked by the callous targeting of innocent civilians for no reason other than their faith. @jacindaardern's leadership since the attack has been an inspiration to us all. https://t.co/CcMb3SULSJ
— Sadiq Khan (@SadiqKhan) April 17, 2019
— TIME (@TIME) April 18, 2019
— TIME (@TIME) April 17, 2019