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Oh I see every single thing... where is the governor Raj?
Bajwa had zero interest on changing election results in favor of pdm(or pti) bajwa is neutral.. evwry single thing pdm does cant be Identified as est. Job. where is the evidence of him being linked to the wrongful doings .


Oh I see every single thing... where is the governor Raj?
Bajwa had zero interest on changing election results in favor of pdm(or pti) bajwa is neutral.. evwry single thing pdm does cant be Identified as est. Job. where is the evidence of him linking to the wrongful doings .
Unfortunately for them or fortunately for Pakistan they have not completely made our constitution a toilet paper.

Where is the evidence? PDM has said it themselves why and who brought them. Why hasn’t Ispr rebuked their statements? It has no problem issuing statements on stock market to IMF loans. PDM has said worst things about Traiot Bajwa but ISPR only responds to when khan says merit is important for COAS role.Why do you think TV channels are turning off Khan speech without PEMRA orders?

List goes on…. You believing or not, doesn’t change the reality on the ground. If you want to keep the blinders on, your choice.

Every soul will taste death and when we are questioned on our actions we won’t be able to deny facts. Our body parts will speak the truth. We won’t be able to say “uper say pressure tha” or chain of command couldn’t be broken.
 

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It's a smart move. It's better to face Mir Bajwa for few more months than facing a noonie selected army chief for the next 3 out of 5 years tenure. IK doing this because he is sure he is coming again into power.
 

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Bajwa is neutral
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His future is over . He is the one who backed TTP to reinstate FATA back to FCR era, so he controls that region. But, its too late. Now the getting some seat by sitting on PPP and PMLN shoulder ... one corrupt mathafvck ...

All the fuss is about this chap, he knows too much about IK and his wife. Ik will never want him as a COAS.
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oo Hamid Mir also knows a lot about others' wives ..

 
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Khan actually thrown bone infront of Bigg kutta and his small dogs , let’s wait what they going to come up with 😂
 

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Unfortunately for them or fortunately for Pakistan they have not completely made our constitution a toilet paper.

Where is the evidence? PDM has said it themselves why and who brought them. Why hasn’t Ispr rebuked their statements? It has no problem issuing statements on stock market to IMF loans. PDM has said worst things about Traiot Bajwa but ISPR only responds to when khan says merit is important for COAS role.Why do you think TV channels are turning off Khan speech without PEMRA orders?

List goes on…. You believing or not, doesn’t change the reality on the ground. If you want to keep the blinders on, your choice.

Every soul will taste death and when we are questioned on our actions we won’t be able to deny facts. Our body parts will speak the truth. We won’t be able to say “uper say pressure tha” or chain of command couldn’t be broken.
Ther was no point in replying to me if you didn't have anything to put.
So will belive pdm now.. go believe everything they say then..lol
 

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Imran grilled for ‘U-turn’ on army chief appointment

• PTI chief says didn’t talk about ‘extension’; Fawad defends ‘practical formula’ to save democracy
• PML-N leader says govt will not link ‘national decisions with political interests’

ISLAMABAD/LAHORE: As he came under intense scrutiny for making the appointment of the new army chief controversial after a ‘U-turn’ on his earlier stances, former prime minister Imran Khan on Tuesday said he had not sought an extension for Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, as he only proposed the deferment of the appointment till the general elections.
Mr Khan, in his interview with Kamran Khan on Dunya News, did not explicitly ask for an extension for the serving army chief, but a number of media outlets reported that the proposal floated by the former premier would translate into an extension in the army chief’s tenure.
“I have not thought about this issue in detail,” Mr Khan had told the anchorperson when he asked him about the extension to the incumbent COAS.

“I never talked about the extension of the army chief’s tenure; I just proposed deferment of the appointment of the army chief till the new elections,” Mr Khan was quoted as saying.
The PTI also issued an official statement which claimed that Mr Khan had said that both parties in power, i.e. PPP and PML-N, had a history of appointing their “favourites” and that was the reason he opposed the appointment of the new army chief by the current government.
Imran under fire
The clarification came after Mr Khan received flak from leaders of the PML-N and PPP, who took exception to his remarks about the army chief’s appointment and dubbed them as Mr Khan’s another ‘U-turn’ in an attempt to come back to power.
Defence Minister Khawaja Asif tweeted that Mr Khan was so “desperate” to return to power that he was linking the appointment of the new chief with fresh elections. “The incumbent government will take a decision on the appointment of a new army chief keeping in view the Constitution and the tradition of the institution. We will not link national decisions with political interests,” Mr Asif said.

Talking to DawnNews, Mr Asif said the selection of the new army chief was the prerogative of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and the government’s allies would be taken into confidence. “Consultations will be made with the institution as well, as it would forward the names of recommended officers for the new chief. So far no consultation has been started in this regard,” he added.
PML-N leader Pervaiz Rashid also took Mr Khan to the task over his remarks about the appointment of the new chief. “Now neutrals, traitors and Mir Jaffar have become the apple of his (Imran) eyes and Americans his favourites,” Mr Rashid said.
‘Another U-turn’
PPP leader and former senator Farhatullah Babar, in a series of tweets, lashed out at the PTI chief and said the “anti-establishment posture” of Mr Khan turned out to be mere eyewash.
“There were many, even outside PTI, who hoped that the anti-establishment posture of @ImranKhanPTI was real … Latest U-turn dashed all hopes; real, vague or vain,” Mr Babar said.

“Recently @ImranKhanPTI publicly said that giving extension to the chief in 2019 was his great blunder. Now he’s demanding an extension for the same chief. Why? Did he get a whiff of who @CMShehbaz has in mind as next chief?… Imran wanting the chief’s selection [to be] deferred until after polls means [Imran] pleading for [army chief’s] extension. Is it a change of heart or what?” he said in his tweet while opposing the extension.
The ex-senator wondered whether a change in the former prime minister’s stance meant Mr Khan was ready “to patch up” with the powers-that-be.
Calling the PTI chief out for his multiple ‘U-turns’, the PPP leader said first Mr Khan said that the COAS appointment was not his issue. “Then he said the senior most general should be made chief. Then, [Nawaz] Sharif and [Asif] Zardari shouldn’t appoint a chief. Now he’s pleading with Sharif and Zardari to give extension to Bajwa until after polls,” the PPP leader claimed.
Ex-senator Afrasiab Khattak tweeted: “The extreme politicisation of the COAS appointment epitomises the distortions/deviations brought in [the] governance system by usurpers/putschists to the detriment of the state system, including the military.”

‘Practical formula’
Meanwhile, PTI leaders came to the defence of their party chief. PTI stalwart Fawad Chaudhry termed Mr Khan’s proposal to withhold the appointment till elections a “practical formula” to restore democracy and save the political future of the country. “The current status quo of the establishment should be maintained to call fresh elections,” Mr Chaudhry demanded.
PTI leader Shireen Mazari blamed the “PML-N trolls” and anchorperson Kamran Khan, who conducted the interview wherein the remarks about the army chief were made, for “misquoting” the PTI chief on the issue of the extension. She added, “Problem here is when the anchor wants to assert his own view/agenda despite IK making his position clear on the same issue. Such anchors should do monologues instead!”
 

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Former prime minister and PTI chief Imran Khan Monday proposed to extend the tenure of Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa till the next elections.

In an interview with a private TV channel, Khan said that the appointment of an army chief should be postponed until the government is elected, which should then choose the new military head.

Khan has been making headlines since his ouster in April because of his constant remarks regarding the army chief.

Earlier this month, while speaking during a public rally in Faisalabad, the PTI chairman had called out the government, saying that it was delaying the elections to appoint an army chief of its own and that if a "patriotic chief of army staff comes in, he will not spare the incumbent rulers."

However, today, — in a change of stance — the former premier said that he was ready to hold talks with the coalition government regarding snap polls.

He also clarified that he is not anti-America, a day after news circulated that the PTI chief has met ex-US diplomat Robin Raphel at his Bani Gala residence.

Regarding the Islamabad High Court’s (IHC) decision to indict him in a contempt of court case on September 22, Khan said that if the five-member bench hearing the case would have allowed him to say something, he would have apologised.

The court had last month taken notice of the former prime minister's speech at a public rally, where he allegedly threatened Islamabad additional sessions judge Zeba Chaudhry for extending PTI leader Shahbaz Gill's remand.

amran kaan just wants general asim munir out of race, who retires on 26 october,

It's a smart move. It's better to face Mir Bajwa for few more months than facing a noonie selected army chief for the next 3 out of 5 years tenure. IK doing this because he is sure he is coming again into power.
,,,right,, ok ,

amrankaan - smart! ( germany has border with japan)
 
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Imran grilled for ‘U-turn’ on army chief appointment

• PTI chief says didn’t talk about ‘extension’; Fawad defends ‘practical formula’ to save democracy
• PML-N leader says govt will not link ‘national decisions with political interests’

ISLAMABAD/LAHORE: As he came under intense scrutiny for making the appointment of the new army chief controversial after a ‘U-turn’ on his earlier stances, former prime minister Imran Khan on Tuesday said he had not sought an extension for Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, as he only proposed the deferment of the appointment till the general elections.
Mr Khan, in his interview with Kamran Khan on Dunya News, did not explicitly ask for an extension for the serving army chief, but a number of media outlets reported that the proposal floated by the former premier would translate into an extension in the army chief’s tenure.
“I have not thought about this issue in detail,” Mr Khan had told the anchorperson when he asked him about the extension to the incumbent COAS.

“I never talked about the extension of the army chief’s tenure; I just proposed deferment of the appointment of the army chief till the new elections,” Mr Khan was quoted as saying.
The PTI also issued an official statement which claimed that Mr Khan had said that both parties in power, i.e. PPP and PML-N, had a history of appointing their “favourites” and that was the reason he opposed the appointment of the new army chief by the current government.
Imran under fire
The clarification came after Mr Khan received flak from leaders of the PML-N and PPP, who took exception to his remarks about the army chief’s appointment and dubbed them as Mr Khan’s another ‘U-turn’ in an attempt to come back to power.
Defence Minister Khawaja Asif tweeted that Mr Khan was so “desperate” to return to power that he was linking the appointment of the new chief with fresh elections. “The incumbent government will take a decision on the appointment of a new army chief keeping in view the Constitution and the tradition of the institution. We will not link national decisions with political interests,” Mr Asif said.

Talking to DawnNews, Mr Asif said the selection of the new army chief was the prerogative of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and the government’s allies would be taken into confidence. “Consultations will be made with the institution as well, as it would forward the names of recommended officers for the new chief. So far no consultation has been started in this regard,” he added.
PML-N leader Pervaiz Rashid also took Mr Khan to the task over his remarks about the appointment of the new chief. “Now neutrals, traitors and Mir Jaffar have become the apple of his (Imran) eyes and Americans his favourites,” Mr Rashid said.
‘Another U-turn’
PPP leader and former senator Farhatullah Babar, in a series of tweets, lashed out at the PTI chief and said the “anti-establishment posture” of Mr Khan turned out to be mere eyewash.
“There were many, even outside PTI, who hoped that the anti-establishment posture of @ImranKhanPTI was real … Latest U-turn dashed all hopes; real, vague or vain,” Mr Babar said.

“Recently @ImranKhanPTI publicly said that giving extension to the chief in 2019 was his great blunder. Now he’s demanding an extension for the same chief. Why? Did he get a whiff of who @CMShehbaz has in mind as next chief?… Imran wanting the chief’s selection [to be] deferred until after polls means [Imran] pleading for [army chief’s] extension. Is it a change of heart or what?” he said in his tweet while opposing the extension.
The ex-senator wondered whether a change in the former prime minister’s stance meant Mr Khan was ready “to patch up” with the powers-that-be.
Calling the PTI chief out for his multiple ‘U-turns’, the PPP leader said first Mr Khan said that the COAS appointment was not his issue. “Then he said the senior most general should be made chief. Then, [Nawaz] Sharif and [Asif] Zardari shouldn’t appoint a chief. Now he’s pleading with Sharif and Zardari to give extension to Bajwa until after polls,” the PPP leader claimed.
Ex-senator Afrasiab Khattak tweeted: “The extreme politicisation of the COAS appointment epitomises the distortions/deviations brought in [the] governance system by usurpers/putschists to the detriment of the state system, including the military.”

‘Practical formula’
Meanwhile, PTI leaders came to the defence of their party chief. PTI stalwart Fawad Chaudhry termed Mr Khan’s proposal to withhold the appointment till elections a “practical formula” to restore democracy and save the political future of the country. “The current status quo of the establishment should be maintained to call fresh elections,” Mr Chaudhry demanded.
PTI leader Shireen Mazari blamed the “PML-N trolls” and anchorperson Kamran Khan, who conducted the interview wherein the remarks about the army chief were made, for “misquoting” the PTI chief on the issue of the extension. She added, “Problem here is when the anchor wants to assert his own view/agenda despite IK making his position clear on the same issue. Such anchors should do monologues instead!”
Bajway ko apnay shareef nay he kata dia! ab bajwa kia karay ga!
 

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Khan actually thrown bone infront of Bigg kutta and his small dogs , let’s wait what they going to come up with 😂
actually kaan tried every trick in book----- and with out getting new election,

so now-------- lum laaaat time ..

BAAZ -WALA IS BIG DADDY,

NOW AMRAAN KAAN IS RUNNING FROM POLE TO POLE,
SORRY ABBA JEE..............................I WILL BE YOUR MURAAD SAEED
 

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actually kaan tried every trick in book----- and with out getting new election,

so now-------- lum laaaat time ..

BAAZ -WALA IS BIG DADDY,

NOW AMRAAN KAAN IS RUNNING FROM POLE TO POLE,
SORRY ABBA JEE..............................I WILL BE YOUR MURAAD SAEED

CARROT N MERIT ----------- , OF kōˈkānE KHAAN

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Govt is slipping from the hands of imported, selected PDM , now they started the use of religion against great Imran khan , khan final bouncer was lethal 🤣🤣🤣 khan offered face saving exit for bajwa ( the aba of PDM) has no other option other then to accept and leave
 

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