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criticism of PTI of army is ‘constructive’, says Imran in Rally in Peshawar – Pakistan

Former prime minister Imran Khan speaking at a PTI rally in Peshawar on Tuesday, explained that his criticism of the army was “constructive and for your own improvement” as opposed to comments made in in past current government leashes – clips of which were shown on in big screen in front of Supporters of PTI when he tried to get his point across.

“Those who are from PML-N should understand it straight that we people who will strengthen the institutions of this country,” he said. “And even if we criticize our army, this for their improvement. What we do is constructive criticism.”

Referring to his speech at a rally in Faisalabad on Sunday, when he claimed that the PPP and PML-N opposed new elections because they wanted “to appoint the commander-in-chief of the army of their choice” in November to save your skin in corruption cases – the head of PTI said he called for in selection of army commander who will be based on price.

“Anyone who well-wisher of someone always want selection on the foundation of price. This is the world principle […] what did I say wrong?

“And along with what i said nawaz sharif and asif zardari should do not choose the commander-in-chief of the country’s army, ”he recalled, adding that he was a fugitive and criminal should don’t get power appoint the commander-in-chief of the country’s army.

Imran also referred to Dawn leaksstating that it appeared that PML-N and Nawaz never supported the army.

Shooting broadsides at former President Asif Ali Zardari, he said the PPP leader turned to the United States to “protect him government”.

“Will we give [the selection] of these important posts to these people? Never.”

‘Statement against session judged not intentionally’

head of PTI also slammed PML-N for attacks on the judiciary.

“When I started politics 26 years ago we were first stand up for judicial branch. Was only one leader who went to jail for the judiciary and boycotted the 2008 elections. for them,” he said.

Imran pointed out out that PTI has always respected the judiciary because it believed in in rule of law.

Referring to his comments on additional sessions of Judge Zeba Chaudhry, the ex-premier said that if it seemed like He used hard tone against to her it was because he saw “prison torture of Shahbaz Gill.

“If it looked like my statements were harsh, it was not my intention. I can not think of threatening the judge,” said Imran.

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‘Enough is enough’

upcoming of rally, Imran, in tweet saying “enough” as he hit out on those who “deliberately distort” his statements about future appointment as commander-in-chief of the army, as PML-N called him “enemy of state”.

Imran appointment comments triggered harsh criticism from coalition government and a succinctly worded statement from the Inter-Agency Public Relations (ISPR).

The ex-premier claimed that the PPP and PML-N oppose new elections because they wanted “to appoint the commander-in-chief of the army of their choice” in November ostensibly to save his own skin in corruption cases.

imran, who remained a mother on deal with sunday, said on Tuesday that he was following “intense propaganda” against him, which was launched by the “cabal PDM (Pakistan Democracy Movement) of scammers.”

“It stems from [them] petrify of [the] Growing popularity of PTI. Today, in [the] Peshawar Jalsa, I will give right reply all topics who deliberately distort my words in order to slander me. Enough,” he said.

tweet triggered hashtag #EnoughIsEnough, which was one of major political trends on Pakistani twitter, racks up more over 84,000 retweets at the time of this report.

While PTI leaders rushed to Imran’s defense, President Arif Alvi almost distanced himself from the situation. In an informal chat with journalists in Peshawar, he claimed that former prime minister should corrects his own remarks.

PML-N calls Imran enemy of state’

Meanwhile, PML-N stated that “enemy of the state has come out all the guns are blazing against state institutions”.

it added in tweet that from the ECP to the judiciary, police and military, Khan is “trying to anyone who does not want to bow down his fascism.

Then followed him up saying it’s#ImranVsPakistan now and we are standing with Pakistan”.

Interior Minister Rana Sanaulla also sharply criticized Imran, claiming that he insulted the Constitution, the dignity of pakistani army and honor of martyrs.

PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz said Imran’s stance on Pakistan was conditional, calling on “curse” to be inflicted with.

In a tweet on On Tuesday, she said: “Imran’s position on Pakistan is conditional. If a [the] army remains neutral, I will drag through the mud if [the] the courts do not legitimize my crimes, I will blacken their faces if the election commission of Pakistan exposes theft of foreign funding, I will attack their integrity. The curse must be broken with,” she said.

Maryam the day before called for end of Imran’s treatment like a political leader who claims the country will go downhill if left untreated like “double-dealer”.

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Derrick Santistevan
Derrick Santistevan
Derrick is the Researcher at World Weekly News. He tries to find the latest things going around in our world and share it with our readers.

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