Imran Khan Slams Shehbaz Sharif: Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has claimed that the decision to appoint the next Army Chief of Pakistan will be taken in London. He said this on Friday (November 11) while targeting Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and his elder brother Nawaz Sharif. Shahbaz Sharif has actually gone to London to meet his brother and former PM Nawaz Sharif.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan said in a video posted on his party’s social media handle, “A spectacle is happening in London, it is not seen anywhere, Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif is in London.” What is the meaning of this meeting? The decision to choose Pakistan’s army chief is being discussed. Important decisions of the country are being taken abroad and on behalf of those who have looted Pakistan for the last 30 years.
‘Army Chief to be selected on the basis of merit’
According to Geo News, earlier during his party’s Azadi march, through video link, Imran Khan had said that the criteria for the appointment of the next army chief should be based on ‘merit’, whoever has the merit, should be appointed as the army chief. should be done.
Targeting Pakistan PM Shehbaz’s meeting with PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif, Imran Khan said, “He has gone to meet a criminal in London in a house built with stolen money. This man (Nawaz Sharif) is said to have killed hundreds of people in police encounters. They are going to take a decision on the next army chief, nobody in a developed country can imagine this.”
Shahbaz has gone to London so many times after becoming PM
This is his third visit to London after Shahbaz Sharif became the PM of Pakistan in April this year. According to the Dawn newspaper, Shahbaz went to London at a time when the tenure of Pakistan Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa is ending on November 29 i.e. very little time is left. The Pakistani newspaper wrote that Shahbaz has reportedly gone there to consult on the appointment of the next army chief of Pakistan.
Discussion of these names regarding the next Pak Army Chief
Let us tell you that last month, Pakistan Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa had made it clear that he will not seek extension in retirement now, putting an end to the speculation about extension of his tenure. Six names are being taken in the discussion of the next Pak Army Chief. These include Lieutenant General Asim Munir of the Pak Army, Lieutenant General Shahir Shamshad Mirza, Lieutenant General Azhar Abbas, Lieutenant General Nauman Mahmood, Lieutenant General Faiz Hamid and Lieutenant General Mohammad Amir.
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