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Imran believes the establishment is still engaged in the field of political engineering.

Imran believes the establishment
Imran believes the establishment

The Chief of Staff for Imran acknowledges the conclusion is “mainly” based on circumstantial evidence.

ISLAMABAD Imran Khan and PTI think that the establishment of the military remains involved in the process of political engineering to eliminate The Tehreek-eInsaf (PTI).

The chief of staff to Imran acknowledges that the conclusion was “mainly” based on circumstantial evidence.

ISLAMABAD Imran Khan, as well as PTI, consider that establishment of the military remains involved in the process of political engineering to eliminate the Tehreek-e Insaf (PTI).

When interviewed on Monday, PTI chief PTI and Imran Khan’s chief of staff, Shibli Faraz, complained about the former establishment’s anti-PTI policies continuing to be in effect. Faraz explained the motives behind Imran Khan’s complaints against the current administration.He also acknowledged that the majority of their circumstantial evidence is used to support their judgement regarding the establishment’s involvement in the political engineering that harms the PTI.

Yet Chief of Staff to the PTI chairman claimed he believed that Imran Khan and the PTI would allow time for the army’s incumbent director to settle and then deal with problems that the party has raised.According to Faraz, everyone believed that things would change right away.However, they haven’t at the moment.

Shibli Faraz spoke of recent efforts to unite the various Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) factions, joining to Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) by Balochistan Awani Part (BAP) officials, the postponement of local elections in the capital of the federal state and the alleged pressure on confident PTI leaders to not vote for the Punjab chief minister’s confidence vote as evidence of establishment’s manipulation of politics in the direction of the PTI.

Faraz shared Imran Khan’s opinion when they spoke of the establishment. The term refers to one individual – that the chief of the army. When asked whether Imran Khan or the PTI have contacted the current army chief General Asim Munir to communicate their concerns to the former director, he replied, “We have no contact with the present army chief.”

Shibli Faraz said although with the change in command, the situation should have improved at this point, The PTI will not stop giving an army commander who is new some time to settle in and reset his fielding. Faraz should have mentioned this. However, during its meetings, the PTI internally anticipates the army chief some significant changes to the ISI.

The PTI leader also said that, as a country, we need to learn from the mistakes of the past seven decades. And show consideration for the voices of the masses. In the Sunday news, in a press conference. PTI Chairperson Imran Khan stated that former COAS General (R) Qamar Javed Bajwa’s “set-up is still working in the establishment.” Imran did not mention the army chief and stated, “In Pakistan, the establishment is the name of one person.”

is a harsh criticism of the establishment. Imran said that three of their legislators had been asked to abstain from the Punjab Assembly’s vote on confidence. “The MQM groups are coming together, and leaders of the Baloch Awami Party (BAP) have joined the PPP (to compete with the PTI in the upcoming election),”


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