Former Pakistan Army Chief: Former Pakistani army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa said on Friday (February 10) that the government led by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party is a threat to the country. According to a Pakistan Today report, he claimed that if its leader Imran Khan had remained prime minister, there would have been no Pakistan as the country would have been ruined.
During a discussion with Javed Chaudhary, a journalist with ties to the Pakistani government, Bajwa alleged that during the cabinet meeting, Imran Khan had used obscene words in Punjabi, referring to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Bajwa told Imran Khan
Former Pakistan army chief Bajwa said a minister under Imran Khan used obscene words in front of the Saudi Arabian ambassador in Islamabad. However, the former head of the Army did not reveal the identity of the minister. This was Bajwa’s second meeting with Javed Chowdhary in a month. Journalist Javed Chowdhary said that he had asked Bajwa if he had prevented Imran Khan from resigning from the National Assembly after his ouster in April last year, to which he replied in the affirmative. According to Chaudhary, Bajwa told Imran Khan that Prime Minister! You have lost only one game, there is still the series in which you have to compete.
advised not to give up
According to former army chief Bajwa, he told Imran Khan that there was only a marginal difference of two votes between the PTI party and the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) in Parliament. He advised Imran Khan not to resign from the National Assembly, citing the example of Khaleda Zia in Bangladesh, whose political party suffered greatly after making a similar decision. The retired general stressed the importance of remaining in Parliament and the possibility of forming a government again in the future. Despite receiving this message, Imran Khan did not reply and communication was cut off.
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