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Will establishment ever trust Imran Khan again?

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When their next fight will happen with the mutant PDM government, they'll not trust him, but business will resume as usual. Establishment happily uses politicians and politicians are happy to be used.

Let's see if IK is politican or leader. But as things are going, this won't turn out to be good for current generals and I see massive reshuffling post nov.
 

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Will establishment ever trust Imran Khan again?​


Imran Khan keeps on pressurising the neutrals by levelling different allegations to get their support​


PTI Chairman Imran Khan keeps on pressurising the neutrals by levelling different allegations to get their support for removing the Shehbaz Sharif-led coalition government. It raises the question whether Khan’s strategy of targeting the neutrals to get them in line will work. Will the establishment ever trust him again?

Neutrals insist that they are neutral and have no intention to repeat the past mistakes of political engineering but Imran Khan on Thursday clearly once again invited them to intervene. At the same time, he again tried to embarrass the neutrals by repeating some allegations and adding some new ones.

“You still have time to review your policy,” he warned them while alleging that the establishment supported the corrupt. Eversince the ouster of his government, he has been pressing the neutrals for the removal of the coalition government to pave the way for his return into power. Khan does not want to talk to his political adversaries, who are in the government now, but wants the establishment to do what suits his politics. All throughout the last four months, he has attached his expectation from the military establishment and for this he uses all possible tactics to pressurise the establishment and make it dance to his tunes.



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On Thursday he reminded the neutrals that the ISI had been telling him about the cases of corruption of his opponents. He, however, did not name who from ISI has been telling him all this. Recently he had also blamed the “neutrals”, again without identifying anyone, for suggesting him the name of incumbent chief election commissioner and guaranteeing that he would not be problematic.

Imran Khan’s continuing attack on those who had done everything to bring him into power and later helped his government in every possible way, makes him an unpredictable person. His recent references of “ISI telling him about PMLN-PPP corruption” and regarding CEC Sikandar Sultan Raja’s nomination are alleged to be linked with someone who has been his favourite till recently.

Khan has shown during the last few months that he can interpret anything to his own advantage and to the disadvantage of others including even his own benefactors. Interestingly, he does not want the establishment to stay apolitical or restricted to its constitutional domain but demands it favour him, legally or illegally, like the past.

Independent observers believe that even if the establishment reverts to its controversial past political role, Imran Khan is not the person who can be trusted again. It is said that Imran Khan is a big lesson for the establishment as well.

Khan’s unstoppable attacks on the establishment are a serious point of concern for many of his party leaders but they too are helpless. They discuss between them how to stop Khan, some even dare to ask him to be a little careful. PMLQ top leaders- Punjab Chief Minister Pervez Elahi and his son Monis Elahi- also warn him not to attack the establishment in public speeches and media interviews but in return all such individuals are dubbed “their men”.

Recently, poor Pervez Elahi had a nightmarish time while dealing with Imran Khan’s wish not to hand over Shehbaz Gill custody to Islamabad police from Adiala jail. Elahi never wanted a situation that had arisen. But under pressure from Khan, Pervez Elahi, despite rejecting Gill’s statement, also tried to get some concessions from influential quarters, who simply suggested him to “follow the law”.

Imran Khan knows Pervez Elahi’s connections. In the PTI, Pervez Khattak is also quite relevant. But both Elahi and Khattak also find themselves in embarrassing situations. Pervez Elahi wanted to have his complete focus on governance and delivery but is being dragged into non-issues.


Establishment are workers not owners of the Pakistan state. They get paid for their work and certainly they are not the ones who are going to make decisions for our nation. Their rung ralianh time is long gone and they have done enough damage to our society economically and politically.
 

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Didnt they believe nawaz sherif after backstabbing 100 of times.
It is sad the question is this....
And jhamoriyat ke alambardar hi is ko support kerain ga.
The biggest question is that for 75 years they are in power.
How long they remain. Jan chor dain ab. Pakistan kafi tabah nhn ho gaya.
Let the people's mendate come for once. Aik dafa people's will se har jao to Pakistan jeet gaya ga.
Aik dafa mujeeb se nhn hara aur pakistan har gaya.
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My take

- Imran Khan will continue increasing the temperature
- More and more people are and will support PTI
- A tipping point will reach and Imran Khan will be arrested (pre Nov)
- Bajwa will probably create a post for himself to continue
- General elections with PTI defanged
- PDM will win (most likely PMLN in Punjab along with coalitions, PPP in Sindh, ANP/JUI/hotch potch in KP)
- The temperatures will still be high
- Economy will gradually go down and loot maar will increase by PDM to recuperate their earlier investments

Then somewhere along the lines, will reach another tipping point. The public will be rioting due to continuing deteriorating economic situations (while it’s neighbors continue growing). The public will also be sick of the establishment’s narrative (which has already been neutralized). After a massive violent movement, we’ll see some corrupts jailed, some exiled, some doing runners. Other institutions such as the courts will face the brunt of public anger.

And then that would culminate in a new crop of leaders that would steer Pakistan towards silent waters.


Yup .. I agree Bajwa isn’t going give up power so easily

According to some independent analysts he is May be the single most hated man in Pakistan at the moment
 

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My take

- Imran Khan will continue increasing the temperature
- More and more people are and will support PTI
- A tipping point will reach and Imran Khan will be arrested (pre Nov)
- Bajwa will probably create a post for himself to continue
- General elections with PTI defanged
- PDM will win (most likely PMLN in Punjab along with coalitions, PPP in Sindh, ANP/JUI/hotch potch in KP)
- The temperatures will still be high
- Economy will gradually go down and loot maar will increase by PDM to recuperate their earlier investments

Then somewhere along the lines, will reach another tipping point. The public will be rioting due to continuing deteriorating economic situations (while it’s neighbors continue growing). The public will also be sick of the establishment’s narrative (which has already been neutralized). After a massive violent movement, we’ll see some corrupts jailed, some exiled, some doing runners. Other institutions such as the courts will face the brunt of public anger.

And then that would culminate in a new crop of leaders that would steer Pakistan towards silent waters.
Scenario #2: People will drag the generals and their political puppets out of their hideouts and throw them into the ocean to solve this problem forever.
 

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Scenario #2: People will drag the generals and their political puppets out of their hideouts and throw them into the ocean to solve this problem forever.
This we all are waiting but that is simply impossible.

Petrol 2x in no time and the public is keeping its cool. Pata nahi kis cheez ki bani hui hai ye qaum.
 

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When are you leaving Australia to go back to Pakistan to participate in this struggle against the Army, or are you content just to get others to get themselves in trouble?
I was talking about people not myself. My people are good at getting themselves into trouble. They don't need my help.
 

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I'm not goading anyone you intellectually challenged idoit. Sitting in USA yourself and pretending to care about Pakistan.

Whose words are these, please:

Scenario #2: People will drag the generals and their political puppets out of their hideouts and throw them into the ocean to solve this problem forever.

PS: What is an "idoit"? Someone who cannot even spell? :D



Advocating for violence or civil unrest does not help anyone in Pakistan at all. and those who advocate for that must be shamed. Like you.
 

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Whose words are these, please:



PS: What is an "idoit"? Someone who cannot even spell? :D




Advocating for violence or civil unrest does not help anyone in Pakistan at all. and those who advocate for that must be shamed. Like you.
In this case its someone who cannot read and comprehend i.e you. You clearly cannot differentiate between stating a scenario and 'goading'.
 

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In this case its someone who cannot read and comprehend i.e you. You clearly cannot differentiate between stating a scenario and 'goading'.

The difference lies in whether you are wishing for said scenario to come true, or not. So which one is it?
 

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The difference lies in whether you are wishing for said scenario to come true, or not. So which one is it?
See you can't understand what is already written so you need an explanation. is it obsession or confusion you are going through?
 

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See you can't understand what is already written so you need an explanation. is it obsession or confusion you are going through?


LOL.

@Jango this is the real effect of the whole Gill saga: to strike terror in the hearts of those who advocate violence against the military, and to show the impotence of those who wish to see him released quickly. Just like our juvenile friend here, who wishes to see civil disobedience start, but cannot bring him/her/itself to say it openly. As expected. :D
 

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He is not worth it.
The best possible option, i’d suggest for him is to go to some village in KPK and become Nazim.
 

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