Warned to go to court against the proposed amendment
According to the report, Khan also said that the present government is making the proposed amendment to the Army Act for its own benefit. “The proposed amendment to the Army Act will be challenged in the Supreme Court,” Khan said. The former prime minister said he has not met General Bajwa in Lahore. Earlier, Imran had said that his party PTI was backing down on the issue of appointing a new army chief.
Election rumblings have started in Pakistan? General Bajwa and President Alvi discussed the election, claims Imran
Islamabad : Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday claimed that President Arif Alvi has met Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa to discuss the issue of quick and transparent elections. Earlier, President Alvi said he would take a decision on the high-level appointment of the next army chief as per the advice of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif. Alvi said he cannot create hurdles in the much-awaited process.