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Easy to say.. but if the political parties so much involved in corruption that whole country is on sale then what should the army do???
So does it mean they too jump into the bandwagon and start doing the loot?.. Besides do you think Army Generals do not do corruption...you have a very recent case of Gen Bajwa, haven't you?
 

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Easy to say.. but if the political parties so much involved in corruption that whole country is on sale then what should the army do???
They should not do anything. Why should the army be bothered whats going on in the government? Are civilians bothered about corruption inside GHQ? By that logic we should start interfering inside GHQ because so many generals are corrupt.

India went bankrupt in 1991. Did you see any general trying to interfere or do a coup?
 

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They should not do anything. Why should the army be bothered whats going on in the government? Are civilians bothered about corruption inside GHQ? By that logic we should start interfering inside GHQ because so many generals are corrupt.

India went bankrupt in 1991. Did you see any general trying to interfere or do a coup?
Nothing is going to happen if india goes bankrupt not the case with pakistan..

If we want to accept civilian incompetence we should do what bangladesh did..give up northern pakistan to india, give up nuclear weapons and make peace with them..then we dont need to worry about it ..

Never in history all indian institutes were ever compromised

Never in any country the civilian govt behaves like this..hell even if such behavior was noticed in india..u would have seen marshal laws
So does it mean they too jump into the bandwagon and start doing the loot?.. Besides do you think Army Generals do not do corruption...you have a very recent case of Gen Bajwa, haven't you?
Ofcourse they do..
But they dont intend to make the country into zimbabwe by printing notes
 

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Nothing is going to happen if india goes bankrupt not the case with pakistan..

If we want to accept civilian incompetence we should do what bangladesh did..give up northern pakistan to india, give up nuclear weapons and make peace with them..then we dont need to worry about it ..

Never in history all indian institutes were ever compromised

Never in any country the civilian govt behaves like this..hell even if such behavior was noticed in india..u would have seen marshal laws

Ofcourse they do..
But they dont intend to make the country into zimbabwe by printing notes
Indian institutions dont get compromised because their military is not interested in politics. When your military is interfering since 1947 none of the institutions will stand. Neither their generals get 100s acre land when they retire.

Do you want me to our generals black history here?
 

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Former ISI chief Zaheerul Islam denies asking for Nawaz's resignation in 2014
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Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif (L) and former ISI chief Lt-Gen Zaheerul Islam (R).   — Reuters/file

Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif (L) and former ISI chief Lt-Gen Zaheerul Islam (R). — Reuters/file
Former director-general of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), retired Lt Gen Zaheerul Islam, has said he never asked for the resignation of former premier and PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif in 2014.
"I never sent anyone to convey any such message to [Nawaz], this is absolutely wrong," he said while speaking to The News.
Instead, Islam insisted that at every stage of the 2014 sit-in, he had advised the PML-N government to engage politically with the PTI and the Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) to end the protest. Islam, however, was reluctant to talk further on the subject, according to the report.
Islam's comments come days after Nawaz claimed that during his last stint as premier, at a time when Imran Khan was leading the 2014 Islamabad sit-in, the former ISI director-general conveyed a message in the middle of the night, asking for Nawaz's resignation or else the consequences could include a martial law imposed in the country.
"I was told to step down and go home. I said whatever you want to do, do it […] I will not resign [from the office of the prime minister],” Nawaz said, referring to Islam's alleged message, during his Sept 30 video address to his party.
Mocking Nawaz's claim, PM Imran, in an interview with Samaa TV, said: "You were the prime minister, [how] does he have the courage to say that to you?
"If someone tells that to me, I will demand his resignation. I am the democratically elected prime minister; who can dare tell me to step down?"
Later, addressing a lawyer's forum ceremony, PM Imran once again took Nawaz to task for his claim.
"Why did he [Islam] say that? And why did you [Nawaz] silently hear that? Because Zaheerul Islam knew how much money you had stolen."
Imran went on to say that opposition parties' real issue with the military was that unlike other institutions, opposition was unable to "control" the ISI after the agency "found out" about their alleged corruption.
Nawaz "fought with every army chief" because he wanted to turn the military into Punjab police, Imran said.
Nawaz, who made his political comeback last month, after a year-long hiatus, has in recent weeks levelled serious allegations of political interference against the armed forces.


malik riaz ,(,,,beeeriya town) was sent to get nawaz,s resignation,
 

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