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Imran’s announcement of resignation from the Legislative Assemblies is just ‘Dhakosla’, the real aim is to increase friendship with Aseem Munir?

Islamabad : Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s ‘threat’ to quit the assembly is actually an attempt to remain politically relevant. It is an invitation to fresh engagement with the new military leadership, which is set to take over from next week. Pakistani media has said this. Actually, Imran Khan made a big announcement in Rawalpindi on Saturday night. He told a public meeting that his party has decided to resign from all the assemblies. Several legal and political experts who spoke to the Pakistani newspaper Dawn after this announcement said that Khan was not really serious about his ‘threat’.

They speculated that the PTI leader made the announcement because he had promised his supporters at the Rawalpindi meeting to do something big. In such a situation, as he had no option, he had to make this announcement. Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairman and Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan’s public meeting in Rawalpindi was a ‘flop show’ to save PTI’s face and was ‘anticlimactic’. He said that Imran’s announcement of resignation from all assemblies is a ‘drama of resignation in desperation’.

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‘Imran Khan is acting’
In a tweet after Imran’s speech, he said, “Imran failed to draw the crowd, failed to undermine the appointments of new chiefs, hence pretending to resign out of frustration.” Bilawal said that Imran’s demand from Rawalpindi is not for independence but for re-election. He questioned how long Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab would be used as political props. PPP General Secretary Farhatullah Babar said that by declaring to leave the Assembly, Imran has accepted that all his plans have failed.

‘Imran completely exposed’
As reported by The News, he tweeted, “The National Assembly is already functioning without PTI MNAs.” He said that Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa can be dissolved only if their chief ministers do not face a no-confidence motion. Although it is a reasonable face-saving strategy. Babar said that Project Taliban and Project Imran Khan may not have been completely destroyed yet, but have been completely exposed. “It is no small achievement…the country has paid a huge price to uncover it, but the price paid is well worth the gains,” he said. Despite the disappointments, there is much to celebrate.

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