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Breathing presser DG ISPR of fresh air for democracy’: Bilawal

Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari on Thursday called a press conference of Director General of the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Babar Iftikhar “sigh of fresh air for democracy”.

During a press conference, the chief representative of the army, speaking about role of military establishment in country politics said military has nothing to do with politicsand said that the institution had decided remain apolitical in in future also.

“A better word than neutral is apolitical for description of our role,” Major General Iftikhar added.

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Answering a question related to former prime minister Imran Khan’s claim of foreign conspiracy to overthrow his governmentCEO said the word “conspiracy” was not used in statement after the meeting of national security committee.

“As far as the military response to the meeting of the NSS, the position was fully stated, and a statement was published in which it was clear shows what was done in that meeting.”

“The words in front of you, words clear. Was any word used, such as conspiracy? I don’t think so,” said ISPR CEO and added what government protocol can be declassified of meeting of the National Security Council, if it so desires.

“Press conference of DG ISPR is breath of fresh air for democracy. This responsibility is not only of every institution except every Pakistani to support democracy, constitution and rule of law,” Bilaval wrote. on his official Twitter handle.

He also said parliament’s transition of the judiciary and the establishment from contentious to constitutional roles would not be easy.

“The answer to everything of Pakistan problems it’s democracy, democracy and more democracy. If we continue on This path No power on earth can stop progress”, Bilaval said.

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Earlier during media briefing, Bilawal urged “public institutions” to clarify their position on after prime minister Imran Khan’s claim that the National Security Committee (NSC) supported his claim that opposition parties were part of of “foreign conspiracy” to overthrow him government

“Imran Khan used national security forum for political conquests, and now he is making an external policy contradictory,” Bilawal said, referring to the meeting of the National Security Council held last a month that expressed serious concern over alleged “threatening letter”.

Meanwhile Bilawal and his father PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari on Thursday called on Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in Islamabad and congratulated him on taking office as prime minister.

Prime Minister Shahbaz thanked both PPP leaders for their cooperation in education of in coalition government. He prayed to Allah Almighty to enable the acting government overcome the prevailing challenges.

prime minister said his government’s priority is to strive for The rise of Pakistan through consultation and mutual cooperation.


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