Making a U-turn from his earlier statement of blaming the US, Imran Khan said that former Qamar Army Chief General Javed Bajwa, who somehow managed to tell the Americans that I was anti-American.
Imran Khan’s tone seems to be changing after being ousted from power. He said that he is not anti-American. Former Pakistani Prime Minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan has made explosive claims in a new interview. Khan did not stop mentioning and praising India’s foreign policy. Mocking the former Bajwa army chief, Imran said that the former Bajwa army chief had spread the rumor that I am against the United States. Apart from this, Imran Khan blamed the former army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa for increasing terrorist activities in the country. Imran alleges that due to the negligence of the military, the banned terrorist organization Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, i.e. TTP, was given a chance to prosper.
It should be noted that Tehreek-e-Insaf party chairman Imran Khan made these comments while giving an interview to a website called Voice of America. Contrary to the anti-American image, Imran Khan said that international relations should not be based on personal ego. He said that whatever happens, as things are developing now, it was not the US that asked Pakistan (to kick me out). Putting a U-turn on his earlier statement of blaming the US, Khan said former Qamar Army Chief General Javed Bajwa, who somehow managed to tell the Americans that I was anti-American. So this plan to get me out was not imported from there. It was exported from here to there.
PTI said that there was no need for this society to be Muslim only. Europe, America and China rose because they followed the principles of Medina. Imran Khan said that justice is the biggest difference between human and animal society. He said powerful people get NRO and capture groups are roaming Pakistan. He said that in the last eight months the value of the dollar has risen by 100 rupees.
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