35 Top Imran Khan Quotes


Imran Khan is a former cricketer and current politician and the chairman of a political party named Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. Read the famous Imran Khan quotes that will motivate you and show you the path towards success.

35 Top Imran Khan Quotes

The Most Inspirational Imran Khan Quotes

1. “’End your ego, think of nation” 

2. “Bravery is standing with the truth and right” 

3. “Truth is the power that will resolve our problems.” 

4. “Leader follows his ideology, Leader does not follow his relatives and friends” 

5. “Leader leads people. Leader does not follow public opinion” 

6. “Compromise for your Dream but NEVER Compromise on your Dream.” 

7. “Mothers train your children to only Speak Truth” 

8. “We shall be brave and break the shackles of fear.”

9. “I wanted to be an outstanding player, that was my ambition.” 

10. “The more you study, the more you know; how less you know.” 

11. “Allah Almighty has given only the intention and effort in human’s hand, He (Allah) gives the success.”

11. “It’s not defeat that destroys you, it is being demoralized by the defeat that destroys you.” 

12. “There are greater goals in life than material and sensual pleasures”

13. “I believed in myself. I never imagined myself as just an ordinary player.”

14. “Faith should be about encouraging all that is noble in a human being.”

15. “Are we Pakistanis, children of a lesser God? Is there one law for the west and one for us? Is our democracy supposed to be only democracy if you give us a no objection certificate?” 

16. “We have to bring Justice to this society, even if our friends and relatives do injustice, we shall be fair and bring them to Justice.”

17. “When I announced my party, Tehreek-e-Insaf (Movement for Justice) on 25 April 1996, I had lost all fear of dying.” 

18. “I want you all to stand like the Muslims who stood with La ilaaha ilalla for Truth and Right” 

19. “A condemned poor man, if steals to feed his starving kid, is slammed into prison. Contrast this to a rich man’s crime.” 

20. “Holy Prophet PBUH promulgated a justice system regardless of status of people, yet in Pakistan the powerful easily escapes.” 

21. “I have always believed that one should not be scared of losing,I think that really is the key.” 

22. “Faith without wisdom and knowledge could produce bigots completely lacking in compassion and tolerance.” 

23. “When you remove the concept of reward and punishment on merit, the result is the utter destruction of social fabric.” 

24. “Crime should not pay, it must be punished. Unfortunately, in Pakistan, big crimes do get rewarded.” 

25. “My Pakistanis, you have not left me alone and I promise, I will never leave you alone in sha Allah” 

26. “Prophet (PBUH) considered the ink of a scholar to be holier than the blood of a martyr.” 

27. “Ethnic-based politics is being used to exhort people, to serve own ends – this is anathema to concept of nationalism.” 

28. “Never give up, no matter how hard life gets no matter how much pain you feel. Pain will eventually subside, nothing remains forever, so keep going and don’t give up.” 

29. “There is so much debate about moderate and radical Islam but there is only one Islam.” 

30. “Lack of rule of law is the main reason Pakistan could not join the ranks of progressive nations.” 

31. “Almighty Allah exalts whom he wills!”

32. “Say goodbye to the IMF once and for all as the IMF’s conditions enriches the rich and impoverishes the poor.” “Good deeds must be rewarded by the system and crimes be punished – this is the essence of meritocracy.

33. “The team that is going to win is the one that does its homework the best by studying its opponents.”

34. “Spirituality does two things for you. One, you are forced to become more selfless, two, you trust to providence. The opposite of a spiritual man is a materialist. If I was a materialist I would be making lots of money doing endorsements, doing cricket commentary. I have no interest in that.”

35. “A country that relies on aid? Death is better than that. It stops you from achieving your potential, just as colonialism did.”

36. “We must speak the truth if we are to be a great nation” “When I was older, I found Iqbal’s work hugely inspirational. He argued against unquestioning acceptance of Western democracy as the self-governing model and instead suggested that by following the rules of Islam a society would tend naturally towards social justice, tolerance, peace, and equality. Iqbal’s interpretation of Islam differs very widely from the narrow meaning that is sometimes given to it. For Iqbal, Islam is not just the name for certain beliefs and forms of worship. The difference between a Muslim and a non-Muslim is not merely a theological one – it is a difference of a fundamental attitude towards life.”