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Without worrying about the appointment of COAS, says Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister and Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan said the army commander should be nominated on merit and that he was not bothered by the appointment of someone to the top military post in Pakistan.

Speaking with senior journalists at Chief MinisterHouse in Lahore on On Wednesday he said they [the coalition government] wanted bring the army commander of their choice, which he says constitutes a “security threat” because “how maybe criminal appoint commander-in-chief?

Imran said they were afraid of their corruption “until I’m afraid”. He said there was no code. stolen, but his main document was safe at the Foreign Office. “Fortunately, they accepted the cipher as reality… if the investigative committee calls me, I first ask who Donald Lu ordered them to be removed … and then they were given NRA, ”he said.

“Everything is being recorded”

PTI chairman says he won’t name a date of long march to anyone because “everything is recorded… I kept the date to myself… Shah Mehmood Qureshi is my vice chairman, I didn’t tell him anything either.”

Commenting on upcoming by-elections, he said: “I think October 16 is still a long way off. There may be no by-elections at all.”

“Toshakhan”

Imran said the current rulers used to say that the election commission was biased, “but now they want disqualify me in case of Toshakhan. He disputed that his Toshakhan case was considered jointly. with Zardari and Nawaz Sharif cases. “I did something illegal… no… while they are illegal took expensive vehicles home”.

Negotiation

Imran Khan said that “everything can be done through negotiations… in final matters are settled only through negotiations.”

The head of PTI announced that “the chairman of the NAB has been appointed of their choice…they want appoint all heads of institutions of of their own free will… The Electoral Commission has never been so biased.”

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Sandra Loyd
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