Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Sunday alleged that ex-envoy Hussain Haqqani was employed by Pakistan’s former chief of military Basic (retd) Qamar Javed Bajwa to foyer in opposition to Khan, reported The Specific Tribune.
The Specific Tribune report stated: “Khan claimed that the relations between him and the previous military chief soured as a result of Bajwa “didn’t need accountability within the nation”.
Khan remembered his final assembly with Bajwa. Bajwa advised me that I’m a playboy, stated Imran. “Sure, I’ve been a playboy,” he stated.
Requested about his ideas on returning to the parliament, Khan stated that “there isn’t any profit” in returning to the Nationwide Meeting.
“What’s going to we do by going to the Nationwide Meeting, there isn’t any profit,” he stated.
“The ex-PM reiterated that clear elections will deliver stability to the nation. “Let there be clear elections within the nation and make a sustainable authorities,” he maintained,” reported The Specific Tribune.
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Khan stated that the institution can play an necessary function in getting the nation out of all crises.
“Speaking concerning the ruling coalition submitting a vote of no confidence in opposition to Punjab Chief Minister Pervaiz Elahi, Imran claimed that “the institution had requested our [PTI’s] three members of the Punjab Meeting to stay impartial for the vote of confidence”,” reported The Specific Tribune.
Lately, Khan criticised the Pakistan Democratic Motion-led authorities for “pushing the nation in direction of terror incidents.” He made the remarks throughout a consultative assembly attended by the occasion’s senior management and Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid’s chief Moonis Elahi.
“The imposed, corrupt and incompetent rulers are pushing the nation in direction of [terror] incidents,” The Information Worldwide quoted Imran Khan as saying.
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Imran Khan has usually criticized Pakistan Folks’s Occasion Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari and Overseas Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on nationwide safety. His assertion concerning terrorism comes at a time when Pakistan is witnessing a rise in terror assaults, notably in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan.
“Leaving nationwide safety on the mercy of [Asif] Zardari’s politically-immature son is legal stupidity,” The Information Worldwide quoted Khan as saying.
As per The Information Worldwide report, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has been witnessing hostage conditions in Bannu’s Counter-Terrorism Division (CTD). Moreover, cross-border assaults and bombings have been seen in Balochistan. Criticizing the incumbent authorities, Khan advised them to cease benefiting from the Nationwide Reconciliation Ordinance (NRS) and referred to as for snap elections, in keeping with The Information Worldwide. He emphasised that solely a authorities with a public mandate can deal with Pakistan’s economic system.
“Solely a authorities with a public mandate will be capable to handle the economic system,” Imran Khan stated.