Imran Khan in Bajwa’s stronghold
On one hand, the appointment of the army chief and on the other, the long march of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan is about to reach Rawalpindi. This is where the residence of the Pakistani Army Chief is located. As Imran’s march is getting closer to Rawalpindi, there is an atmosphere of fear among the people. People are buying food items in abundance, due to which inflation and food prices may increase in the city. Mid-term exams were to be held in schools from November 21, but it is expected to be postponed in view of PTI’s march.
Zardari supported the Prime Minister
Pakistan People’s Party co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari has supported the current system of promotion in the army. Zardari’s statement came after former Prime Minister Imran Khan demanded that the appointment of the army chief should be done on the same lines as the Chief Justice of Pakistan. In fact, the PTI chief was demanding the appointment of the army chief on the basis of merit. Zardari said in a statement that all three star generals are equal and fully capable of leading the army. “The Prime Minister will appoint the new army chief as per the law,” he said.
Deployment of new army chief in Pakistan anytime, Imran Khan in Bajwa’s stronghold, public came in panic
Islamabad: There is an uproar in Pakistan over the new army chief. Pakistan’s Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said on Friday that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has completed the consultation process regarding the appointment of the next army chief. In a day or two, the successor of Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa will be announced. Meanwhile, Imran’s long march is about to reach Rawalpindi in Pakistan. Due to the appointment of the army chief and the arrival of the march, the public in Rawalpindi is in panic and is buying essential food items.