military media wing on Wednesday denied claims made journalist Shahin Sehbay hints that PTI senator Shaukat Tarin was asked to switch parties and abandon the PTI-led government in the center.
Former finance minister Taryn also said he was never asked”anyone in establishment” to “leave” PTI chairman Imran Khan, whose term as prime minister came to an unceremonious end in April.
“I categorically deny what Shahin Sebay attributes to me. anyone in establishment leave Imran Khan and join [the] Shehbaz Sharif government,” he said on Twitter.
Taryn’s tweet appears to be a rebuttal to Sehbai’s early morning tweet. in which the latter said: “NEUTRAL EXPOSED: I’m going to write soon on WHY the chief neutral that Shaukat Tarin proved to be non-neutral when he asked Taryn to betray Imran Khan and help Shehbaz is so sensitive and REALLY AFRAID for his remaining four months. in office. Something suspicious, intriguing, disturbing, unpatriotic.”
Sebay, however in his tweet did not mention if Taryn asked to resign or who.
The word “neutral”, often used by Imran Khan and his party, is now widely read as a reference to the military, who has consistently stated that he remains apolitical and has nothing to do with with Mechanics of in no-confidence traffic against Imran Khan. However, after the resignation of Imran, the leadership of the army was criticized. on social media platforms.
Meanwhile, the Interagency Public Relations Service (ISPR) also took an exception to Sehbai’s remarks, calling them “baseless propaganda”.
“The insinuations of Shahin Sehbay and some others on social media quoting former finance minister are baseless propaganda,” a statement released in less than two hours after the tweet Taryn said. “The same has also have been duly refuted by Shaukat Tarin himself.”
“Trading in malicious accusations and outright lies against the institution and its leadership to promote vested interests are condemned and [the] the institution reserves the right to take legal action against involved,” it concluded.
Sebay, in answer, said that Taryn himself had violated news of asking for help coalition government in a business with International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Taryn stated in May that the PML-N-led coalition government sought his expertise to lift the crumbling economy, saying he refused to do so until a temporary installation was in place and new elections were held. announced Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
“Yes they [the current government leaders] did,” Taryn said when asked during a press conference if there was any request made leaders of in new coalition government for help raise economy.
“But I have made this is very clear that I can’t do it. We believe the time has come for new elections and if elections are called immediately and a temporary installation is put in placeI will be there for Any help”, former finance minister said.