Imran Khan joins race for next Oxford chancellor
LAHORE: (Suno News) Former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founder chairman Imran Khan has joined a race for the next chancellor of Oxford University, UK, following the resignation of 80-year-old Chris Patten who held the post for 21 years.
Along with Imran Khan, other important political figures including Tony Blair, Boris Johnson, Theresa May, and Rory Stewart are also in the race for the Oxford University chancellor.
Elections for the Oxford chancellor will be held online for the first time, and the university graduates will be able to vote from home.
It is to be noted here that Imran Khan has been sentenced to life in prison in cipher, Toshakhana, and illegal nikah cases, and he has been serving in Adiala Jail, Rawalpindi.
Earlier on Wednesday, Imran Khan’s sons Kasim Khan and Sulaiman Khan shared an important message regarding the 2024 general elections in Pakistan.
In an X statement, the sons of the former prime minister said: “Tomorrow’s a huge day for Pakistan. Your vote is important. As soon as you’re able to, please post a photo or video saying “I voted PTI” with a hashtag #votePTI to show your support!
Both Sulaiman Khan and Kasim Khan also shared their picture on X in which they are seen holding a PTI flag.