Mr. Imran Khan, Chairman of the Pakistan Movement for Justice (PTI) party who wins the election, will face many difficulties. Cricket gave Mr. Imran Khan a lot of things. One of them was Pakistan’s first and only championship at the World Cricket Championship in 1992. The “legendary” reputation in the sport set the stage for Mr. Khan to penetrate into politics, bringing he became head of government after the election last 25/7. At the present time, cricket will continue to be an effective diplomatic tool for Mr. Khan to take advantage of and improve relations with India, its predestined neighbor. In December 2015, as President of PTI, he met with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to improve bilateral relations. Mr. Khan believes the two countries cannot “live forever in a state of war” and that this relationship needs to change.
However, in the past, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has expressed goodwill to New Delhi when attending Modi’s inauguration, but under pressure from the people and the military, these efforts have not. can be maintained. The old deity is likely to be rewritten under Imran Khan, when his PTI party did not have an absolute majority in the National Assembly and had to seek alliances with other parties to form a government. In addition, Pakistan has been under the leadership of generals for more than 70 years and today, the influence and strength of the military in the government remains enormous. Analysts believe that a significant part of PTI’s victory came from its support.