Prime Minister Imran says the harmony between the civilian and military leadership is historic

Prime Minister Imran says the harmony between the civilian and military leadership is historic

Prime Minister Imran Khan. – APP / Files

On Friday, Prime Minister Imran Khan said the current coordination between the civilian and military leadership was “historic”.

“The opposition has an agenda to spread among themselves [incumbent] The government and the army, but there is no real threat, “Imran said during a meeting with directors of leading television channels.

“The opposition is adamant that there is such a dynamic between the government and the military.”

The Prime Minister said that it is a matter of Afghanistan or India, there is a strong consensus between the government and the army.

“The army stands by the government on every front – be it the pilot issue or the Kartarpur issue,” he said.

Talking about ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, he said that the PML-N supremo was “disappointed”. “He has a policy that he doesn’t want to play and he doesn’t want anyone else to play.”

Prime Minister Imran said Nawaz wanted to “break this historic civil-military bond”.

He said “ethical principles” stated that Nawaz’s address to the opposition’s multilateral conference should not have been broadcast via video link, but that if the speech had been stopped, it would have violated freedom of expression. Had to pick up .

“After Nawaz’s anti-military speech, celebrations began in India,” the prime minister said.

He said that Maulana Fazlur Rehman, who had called for holding the conference, only works with the opposition because he has no one else.

Prime Minister Imran Khan then reiterated his commitment to “never compromise on anything but corruption” and said he would never forgive such crimes.

He said that former military ruler Pervez Musharraf had already made such a mistake and he would never repeat it.

The Prime Minister said, “As a result of such a flaw in the decision, Pakistan has seen a record increase in corruption in the last 10 years.

The prime minister said that if the opposition resigned in large numbers, it would hold by-elections. “They will not get a single seat,” he added.

Talking about the recent meetings between the civilian and military leadership, he said that all such meetings take place with his knowledge. “What can I say about those who secretly want to meet the army?”

He said that whether it was the “N-League” or the much-rumored “S-League” which people soon see branching out, “both will not be affected, which is why they reached the GHQ.” ۔

The prime minister said he did not see “any real political future” for Nawaz and PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari.

He dispelled speculations about disputes within his party, saying that the government was still in its infancy and that democratic parties always had differences of opinion among their members.

“We also have members in our cabinet who let things go.”

Referring to the issue of freedom of the press in the country, the Prime Minister said that he acknowledged the need for better communication between the government and the media.

He said he knew about the use of “street power”. “I’ve used street power the most [during my campaigning]”

Prime Minister Imran said that due to foreign films, Pakistan is in danger of the rise of “obscenity”. “We need to promote our culture through our films.”

The Prime Minister said that he sees a bright future for Pakistan and in the next two to three years, the country will emerge stronger and overcome all the problems that it faces.

Highlighting the importance of friendly relations, the Prime Minister said, “Pakistan is fortunate that China is our friend.”

“The good thing is that China needs Pakistan as much as Pakistan needs China,” he added.


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