Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Leader Fawad Chaudhry on Friday argued that “the establishment actually played a very active role in exile of Head of PTI Imran Khan.
During the interview with BBC show Difficult conversation in former information minister disagree with statement from host Steven Sakur about military helping PTI come to power.
“It took 22 years old for PTI to come to power and I don’t think any military or any institution may support you for so long, he added.
“We came to power, but yes, we were expelled by conspiracy in what are some of army generals were involved, and the establishment did play a very active role in exile of Imran Khan,” Fawad said.
Sakur then asked him about the statement made Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Lieutenant General Nadeem Anjum during a press conference where General Nadeem said the PTI chief had asked military to play unconstitutional role in time vote of no-confidence against to him.
To this Fawad said to the party view on it was “completely different”.
“We never said that. We only said let’s not be stable government go like this,” he said.
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He further argued that ” last army commander was [also] Active participation in sending our government home and unfortunately that’s what fact is”.
” current [army] leadership just took over office and we hope there will be changes in in policy, but yes, the previous army commander said the wrong thing truth when he said we asked [for their] help. We only asked for their neutrality of army,” Fawad said.
Pakistan plunged into political chaos
Sakur asked, former interior minister together with his party were willing to put aside their partisan interests and differences and rally for in good of of his people, to whom Fawad said party ready to do it.
He also added that Pakistan is a democratic country and the democratic parties “really have their own programs”.
He added that the country was plunged into “political chaos” when Imran Khan was “removed from office unconstitutional.”
“Now people stand on one side and the current ruling elite that we call import government on another side And this is the main point problem in Pakistan,” said former interior minister.
The host asked Fawad if it was responsible of PTI’s call for massive street protests in note current economic situation.
The PTI leader responded that the economic crisis the country is facing today is due to of political uncertainty and that “imported government with a bang failed to build confidence in their policies.”
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“They don’t have a plan, they don’t have an economic plan, they don’t have an administrative plan. economy goes down. Terrorism is back in Pakistan,” he said.
To the question about “economic problems” that PTI government left behindFawad said the statement was “incorrect”, adding that Pakistan in “collapse” when PTI took over in 2018.
“When we took overPakistan was in ruins and when we left, according to economic review of pakistan liberated by this government… our economy grew up on rate of 6%,” he said. added.
He further claimed that way PTI government The fight against COVID-19 has been praised by the BBC and all independent publications. Fawad also said that PTI government was “really good as far as economy is concerned but current turmoil thrown Everybody out of window”.
‘The cleanest government in 75 years old
Fawad claimed that the head of PTI handed over to Pakistan “one of cleanest governments in 75 years”
“Not a single corruption scandal can be attributed to the Cabinet of Ministers or Imran Khan,” he said.
He stated that the judiciary is the agency that deals with with rule of law – contributed drop in corruption rating of Pakistan.
He said PTI facing “fake cases”, adding that the evidence is “falsified” and that the cases are “fun”.
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Respect for institutions
Fawad stated that PTI did not turn around against “anyone”, adding that party has respect for national institutions.
“In Pakistan, non-elected institutions like judiciary and military exercised their powers beyond the Constitution, which is known to all,” he said. added.
To Sakura’s question about the director of PTI failure to provide evidence for his “foreign conspiracy” claims, the PTI leader said that PTI had submitted the cipher and then party also wrote to the President of Pakistan for judicial investigation of this conspiracy.
But our request in this attitude was never taken into account,” he said.
He also claimed that PTI never wanted “war with United States”.
The government is not ready for elections
The head of PTI stated that current government not ready for the election.
“We can wait for we don’t have elections problem but this government not ready to hold elections even local body elections in a city like Islamabad,” he said.
He said: “Elections are not need of PTI but need of Pakistan right now.
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