Luxury house, helicopter and many more, how much is the property of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan? – News Indi


Pakistan’s Imran Khan Lifestyle, Net Worth, Assets: Imran Khan’s journey from cricketer to prime minister. Imran Khan’s difficulties have increased after leaving power. Imran Khan is currently under arrest. Imran Khan took oath as the 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan. But in April 2022, he had to leave the post of Prime Minister. Currently he is in news as he is being arrested. Imran Khan’s wealth is also being discussed on social media. According to CA Knowledge, Imran Khan’s net worth is $50 million (Rs 410 crore in Indian currency). 70 year old Imran Khan is the richest leader of Pakistan.

How much is the property of Imran Khan?

Imran Khan has a house of 181,500 square yards in Bani Gala, Islamabad. The cost of this house is 750 million US dollars. Apart from this, Park has a US$ 29 million house in Lahore.

Imran Khan also owns a farmhouse worth USD 0.8 million. Apart from this there are many other businesses. Also there is great agriculture.

Helicopter near Imran Khan

There is no car registered in the name of Imran Khan. But he has a helicopter, which he uses to move around. A report in ‘The Nation’ states that Pakistan has suffered a loss of one billion rupees due to Imran Khan’s helicopter visit. This information was given in the Parliament of Pakistan. It has been said that between 2019 and 2021, lakhs of rupees were spent in the helicopter travel of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Imran Khan’s Car Tour:

According to CA Knowledge, Imran Khan travels in a Toyota Land Cruiser worth Rs 3.5 crore and a Mercedes Maybach S600 worth Rs 12.26 crore.

Imran Khan is temporarily relieved from arrest

Pakistan, which is facing economic crisis, has now become a civil war-like situation. Supporters of Imran Khan create ruckus when police arrive to arrest former prime minister and chief of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan. After that, now Imran Khan has got a big relief from the Lahore High Court. In the wake of day-long clashes between PTI supporters and the police, the Lahore High Court has stayed the police action till further orders.

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