Canada Global (Web News) Imran Khan, a former prime minister, claimed on Sunday that he had admitted to being a playboy to General (R) Qamar Javed Bajwa, a former army head.
In an interview with the media at his Zaman Park mansion in Lahore, Imran described his last encounter with Gen (R) Bajwa as follows: “General Bajwa called me a playboy, and in response I answered to him ‘Yes, I had been a playboy. While while demonstrating pity, Bajwa stabbed us in the back.
The setup of former COAS General (R) Qamar Javed Bajwa, according to PTI Chairman Imran Khan, “is still working in the establishment.” Without mentioning the army head by name, Imran remarked: “In Pakistan, the institution is referred to by a single name.”
Former premier claimed that the former army leader did not want accountability in the nation and as a result, his relationships with Gen (R) Bajwa deteriorated. The former premier was ousted from office by a vote of no confidence in the National Assembly in April of last year.
Imran responded to a query by stating that Bajwa had stabbed him in the back and was now showing support for him. Imran asserted that the former army chief was opposed to the nation’s legal system.
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif charged Gen (R) Bajwa with using Husain Haqqani, a former Pakistani ambassador to the US, to negotiate for him in Washington.
Additionally, the ousted prime minister said Haqqani ran an attack against him and had been endorsing the former army chief in the US. Imran pointed his pistols towards Pervez Musharraf, the former president and head of the army, and claimed that he gained money by “selling terrorism.”
“Dollars can be obtained by selling terrorism,” said the deposed prime minister. However, 80,000 people died as a result of Musharraf’s actions, he added. Imran added that the country will only progress when the army and all political parties are on the same page.
He went on to say that military operations are not a solution to any problem, and that he has always spoken out against operations in Waziristan. In response to the country’s current political crisis, the former prime minister reiterated that the PTI would not return to the National Assembly. He went on to say that it would be a waste of time.
Imran slammed the establishment once more, claiming that three of their lawmakers had been asked to abstain from voting during the Punjab Assembly’s vote of confidence. The Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) leaders have been incorporated into the PPP (to compete with the PTI in the upcoming election),” the PTI head continued.
The PTI chairman emphasised the need of free and fair elections and claimed that transparent elections will provide stability to the nation. He also criticised the nation’s “game of audio leaks.” Imran berated the coalition administration, claiming that Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, the foreign minister, knew nothing about Afghanistan.
The previous prime minister praised his government’s foreign policy and claimed that they had friendly relations with the present leadership in the country that was racked by civil war. Imran stated Najam Sethi has nothing to do with cricket in response to a query regarding the coalition government’s choice to replace former Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja.
It should be recalled that Raja was fired only a few days after the national team lost an embarrassing first-ever 3-0 home series against England, per a government notice.