Change of attitude of Imran Khan! Made a promise regarding General Bajwa, said – if he returns to power…
Pakistan News: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) President Imran Khan has relaxed his attitude regarding former Pakistan Army Chief General Bajwa. Imran has promised that he will not take any action against General Bajwa after returning to power. He said that he has a ‘personal’ dispute with Bajwa but will not take up matters related to him after coming to the government.
⏩ Imran Khan became soft on former Pakistan Army Chief General Bajwa.
⏩ ‘I will not take action after coming to the government.’
⏩ ‘There is a personal dispute but I will not raise any matter after joining the government.’
Islamabad. Former Pakistan Army Chief General Bajwa continues to be the target of former Prime Minister Imran Khan. But this time the former PM has changed his attitude regarding Bajwa. He promised on Sunday that he would not take any action against them after coming to power. He also said that though he had a “personal” dispute with the former army chief, he would not raise any issue after coming to the government.
News agency ANI quoted The Express Tribune as reporting that Khan while addressing a meeting of a delegation of the Council of Pakistan Newspaper Editors (CPNE) at his Zaman Park residence in Lahore, said that the newly appointed Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Gen. Aseem Munir himself has said that he will remain neutral.
However, he said that holding elections within three months of the dissolution of the Pakistan Assembly would be the biggest test of the neutrality of General Asim Munir. The former prime minister said he told Bajwa about Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s involvement in corruption cases worth Rs 16 billion. He said that I told General Bajwa that if we catch 10 to 12 top corrupt people, then everything will come on the right track. He further said that he later came to know that corruption was not an issue for Gen (retd) Bajwa.
Regarding the crumbling economy of Pakistan, Imran Khan said that if there was no coronavirus epidemic and China was not closed for two years, Pakistan’s economy would have performed even better. He questioned that the country’s economy is falling and the income of the people is low, so how can the loan be returned? Along with this, he said that no country can be prosperous if there is no rule of law.