Leader of the Opposition Shehbaz Sharif believes Prime Minister Imran Khan had knowingly tried to delay the extension in the National Assembly in the tenure of the army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa and has claimed that the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) while his party always respected the military target the armed forces, was behind a social media campaign.
In a discussion; with Adil Shahzeb of DawnNews, the president recalled that when PM Khan tried to extend the army chief’s tenure at the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, the notification had to; be corrected three times.
While Mr. Sharif, to back up his claims, admitted he had no solid; information, it was his considered opinion that to make the process of extension PM Khan intentionally tried ‘controversial’.
The matter in the past eventually went to the Supreme Court army chiefs have been awarded in service extensions. No, by Imran Khan Niazi, this was all done as a deception all they had to do was copy-paste it was a fraud perpetrated. He wanted to delay it the opposition leader said to make a controversy out of it.
He stated that free to prosperity and fair elections were the first rung of the ladder within their respective jurisdiction, counting that all institutions should operate. He noted that a consultative approach is different from interference.
While addressing a press conference Separately, Mr. Sharif forcefully refuted the allegations on Tuesday that his party against the army was behind an ongoing social media campaign.
He blamed the ruling PTI for maligning the armed powers instead, saying that video pins featuring PM Khan and against the institution were available on YouTube, his party associates speaking out. More details