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The persecution of “independent foreign policy’ was my prerogative: Imran

Former prime minister Imran Khan on Thursday said he wanted conduct an independent foreign policy liked it “someone” or not, almost three weeks after he was kicked out of power after distrust vote through parliament.

“My independent foreign policy was clear from the day one,” Imran told interviewers during the podcast, commenting on causes for his split with institution.

“If someone is not like this then I don’t know about it,” he said, and went on to add that it is his prerogative prime minister and executive director of country to pursue the same.

Answering another question about party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf connections with establishment, Imran dispelled rumors that he wanted Lieutenant General Faiz Hamid will next army chief.

“I wanted him to continue serving as director-general of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) during the difficult winter season when of Afghan feuds were inevitable.

“You will not replace the chief of intelligence in difficult circumstances,” he said and added instead, there were suggestions that he wanted Lieutenant General Faiz will next army chief.

Also read: Imran Khan – first Pakistani PM to be fired for lack of confidence vote

Further, the head of the PTI stated that he could not even think about appointing the commander-in-chief of the army. against in rules of price.

Imran also said that unlike Supreme Leader of the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Nawaz Sharif, he never wanted manage the army, because he had a “clean record’ and was not afraid anyone.

former prime minister also criticized policy of “neutrality” of institutions, saying:one only supporting lie if they decide remain neutral in a battle between truth and lies.”

April 10 Imran Khan, 22nd prime minister of Pakistan has become first be chief executive officer removed from office after losing the majority in National Assembly.

PTI Hana party who ruled the country for over three plushalf years, was struggling stay in power how his allies betrayed and joined Arms with opposition parties that joined strength against his government.

While Pakistan history was spoiled with political instability, no prime minister ever been removed from office through a movement of distrust.

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Derrick Santistevan
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