COAS nomination will not be opposed by the President or PTI.

Canada Global (Web News) Imran Khan, the head of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, and his party would not seek a conflict with the new military establishment, and neither will President Dr. Arif Alvi oppose or obstruct Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s choice of the army chief.

According to a PTI leader, Khan and the party leadership won’t create a stir over the choice of the new army chief. He declared that the president will also see to it that the appointment goes off without a hitch.

The PTI leader made it plain that the party does not wish to continue its current policy of confrontation with the military institution when he remarked, “We will accept the new army head without minding who is nominated by the prime minister.”

He dispelled the concern held by certain government officials that the president would postpone the nomination of the army chief as a result of Khan’s most recent remarks on the subject. He added that this was party policy and said, “I promise you the president won’t cause any trouble.”

According to reports, the PTI has decided not to engage in open conflict with the military establishment while the new army chief is in office. This decision was made after the issue of PTI’s confrontation with the establishment was discussed within the party.

COAS nomination will not be opposed by PTI.

The PTI leader claimed that in his past four to five speeches, Khan had not even alluded to the name of the officer he had been pursuing in relation to the attack and death of Arshad Sharif.

Khan’s approach of escalating conflict with the military establishment was implemented after he was expelled from the Prime Minister’s Office. For one reason or another, he specifically targeted every important member of the military establishment in an effort to put pressure on it to overthrow the current administration and call for early elections.

When he accused the military establishment of helping and backing the purported US plan to overthrow him and replace his government with the current coalition led by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, his and his party’s relations with the military establishment took a turn for the worst. Khan’s fans and social media team repeatedly waged attacks against the military’s top leadership and the institution as a result of his public criticism of the military establishment.

Khan first argued that the current administration and Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif did not have the authority to choose the new army chief. He believed that the army commander should remain in place until after the upcoming general elections and the formation of the newly elected government, which, he claimed, should have the power to name the army chief.

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