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  • PM says he was “shocked” when world leaders personally objected to Imran Khan’s conduct.
  • Says Imran Khan damaged ties with US for no reason.
  • Says PTI chief is injecting poison into society.
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has shared that multiple world leaders told him on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) session that his predecessor Imran Khan was “rude”, “told lies” and labelled him as a "narcissist".

In an interview with British publication The Guardian, the Pakistani premier said he was “shocked” at the UNGA in New York when world leaders had personally objected to PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s conduct.

“Some leaders told me in person about his personality. They told me he was rude, he told lies and he is a ‘narcissist’, quote unquote,” the PM told the publication without naming any world leaders.

On ties with Washington, the premier shared that the former prime minister had damaged Islamabad’s relations “with the United States for no rhyme or reason”.

The premier also labelled Khan as “the biggest liar on the face of the earth” and blamed the PTI leader for “injecting poison into society to dangerously polarise the electorate” following his ouster.

The prime minister told the publication that even though the PTI had come to power on an anti-corruption manifesto but the country was run by Imran Khan to suit his agenda. He called Imran Khan was the “most inexperienced, self-centred, egotistical, immature politician in the history of this country”.

Commenting on the recent audio leaks, the PM said that the soundbites were “an irrefutable endorsement that he [Khan] is the biggest liar on the face of the earth. I’m not saying this with a sense of glee but a sense of embarrassment and concern. My country’s image has been damaged hugely by these lies told out of mean personal interest.”

“Never before was I concerned about our country’s future,” said PM Shehbaz. “Imran Khan has injected infinite amount of poison in this society and made it hugely polarised as never before … he is distorting facts and creating hate.”

Nawaz has given me free rein to make decisions: PM​

When asked about Nawaz Sharif’s influence on the government, the PM openly admitted that he consults his older brother.

“Of course I consult Nawaz, he is my leader and my older brother,” he said. “But he has given me completely free rein to make decisions.”

The PM was also asked about how dynastic politics in Pakistan was prevalent with the Sharifs and Bhuttos dominating the political scene of the country.

However, the premier dismissed the criticism stating: “It’s about competence: it’s about public support, it’s about people’s trust,”
 

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Never before was I concerned about our country’s future,” said PM Shehbaz. “Imran Khan has injected infinite amount of poison in this society and made it hugely polarised as never before … he is distorting facts and creating hate
You and treacherous generals are rightly worried for your corruption

The awareness khan have created in society have given you sleepless nights
 

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He is right that Imran Khan spoiled Pakistan's relationship with every country. Just see the change with the US after the new government.
 

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as bad a politician as he was good a cricketing all rounder.

as above, so below.

too idealist, "riyasat e this that" ... "gareeb this that" .. bloody jumlabaaz

also, this is not me as a Gangu having a go but as an observer, his ouster in no way serves Indian interests.. bilaterally, things will remain as tense as they have been as ever, spl these past 3 years. Handsome or no handsome.

terrible strategist but, purely feels based, incapable of thinking strategically.. just wasn't his game, the netabaazi thing.

Here in India we've ALWAYS known that the political face is a farce, the real powers that be was ALWAYS the Pak Fauj.

idiot Khan, apnay bando se hi ladai kar li, based on feels.

Rahul Ghandy type level ka politician, but unlike our pathetic Ghandy boy, he will always be a cricketing legend.
 

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Here in India we've ALWAYS known that the political face is a farce, the real powers that be was ALWAYS the Pak Fauj.
sad to see that like most indians, you too hold this simplistic view -- ISI ki naapak sajish, Imran Khan puppet etc etc.

Well, he's done them all in quite a bit, hasn't he? Quite an achievement for a puppet, wouldn't you say?
 

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  • PM says he was “shocked” when world leaders personally objected to Imran Khan’s conduct.
  • Says Imran Khan damaged ties with US for no reason.
  • Says PTI chief is injecting poison into society.
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has shared that multiple world leaders told him on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) session that his predecessor Imran Khan was “rude”, “told lies” and labelled him as a "narcissist".

In an interview with British publication The Guardian, the Pakistani premier said he was “shocked” at the UNGA in New York when world leaders had personally objected to PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s conduct.

“Some leaders told me in person about his personality. They told me he was rude, he told lies and he is a ‘narcissist’, quote unquote,” the PM told the publication without naming any world leaders.

On ties with Washington, the premier shared that the former prime minister had damaged Islamabad’s relations “with the United States for no rhyme or reason”.

The premier also labelled Khan as “the biggest liar on the face of the earth” and blamed the PTI leader for “injecting poison into society to dangerously polarise the electorate” following his ouster.

The prime minister told the publication that even though the PTI had come to power on an anti-corruption manifesto but the country was run by Imran Khan to suit his agenda. He called Imran Khan was the “most inexperienced, self-centred, egotistical, immature politician in the history of this country”.

Commenting on the recent audio leaks, the PM said that the soundbites were “an irrefutable endorsement that he [Khan] is the biggest liar on the face of the earth. I’m not saying this with a sense of glee but a sense of embarrassment and concern. My country’s image has been damaged hugely by these lies told out of mean personal interest.”

“Never before was I concerned about our country’s future,” said PM Shehbaz. “Imran Khan has injected infinite amount of poison in this society and made it hugely polarised as never before … he is distorting facts and creating hate.”

Nawaz has given me free rein to make decisions: PM​

When asked about Nawaz Sharif’s influence on the government, the PM openly admitted that he consults his older brother.

“Of course I consult Nawaz, he is my leader and my older brother,” he said. “But he has given me completely free rein to make decisions.”

The PM was also asked about how dynastic politics in Pakistan was prevalent with the Sharifs and Bhuttos dominating the political scene of the country.

However, the premier dismissed the criticism stating: “It’s about competence: it’s about public support, it’s about people’s trust,”
bhai... Geo, Sama,Dunya ,TheNews , Jang,Dawn etc sa bhi bahar ajaya karoo
 

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sad to see that like most indians, you too hold this simplistic view -- ISI ki naapak sajish, Imran Khan puppet etc etc.

Well, he's done them all in quite a bit, hasn't he? Quite an achievement for a puppet, wouldn't you say?
it is a rather nuanced view, I'd argue, far from being one of a simplistic nature.

not a slight either, it is just the way things are.. seeing reality for what it is.

I'm not contesting that IK meant well for his people, at all.. I am convinced he did.

Chakkar ye hua, ki banda pitch ni read kar paya.. toss jeet ke batting kar li overcast skies and greentop pitch pe.

and fir rona dhona ki ma out ho gya :cry:

wtf :laugh:
 

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Khan’s populist narrative has proved highly effective, and also become a thorn in the side of Pakistan’s powerful military establishment who, despite their claims of staying out of politics, gave Khan their tacit backing in 2018 and are seen to have enabled his election. In political and diplomatic circles, Khan’s fall from power is widely linked to a disintegration in his relationship with the military top brass. Since he was toppled, Khan has turned his supporters against the army chief, Qamar Javed Bajwa, in particular.

How to deal with Khan has become a major source of contention in the ruling coalition, known as the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM). Many close to Sharif have publicly criticised the leadership for not arresting Khan even after warrants have been issued.


Khan has appeared to welcome the threats. “I am ready to go to jail and my nation as well. We are not afraid of jail,” he told a rally on Sunday.

Indeed, many of his policies appear to be a direct continuation of those implemented by his elder brother Nawaz Sharif, who served three terms as prime minister from 1990. In 2017, Sharif was disqualified from office and sentenced to 10 years in jail on corruption charges he said were politically motivated. He was given temporary bail to travel to London for medical treatment in 2021 and never came back. He is now said to control the party from his property in central London, with Sharif making two visits in the past month.

Yet the ascension of the Sharifs to power again, ruling in a coalition alongside members of the powerful Bhutto family – former political rivals who came together with 10 other parties in order to defeat Khan – has led some to criticise the return of so-called dynastic politics which has dominated Pakistan for more than four decades.
Maryam Nawaz, who was caught up in her father Nawaz Sharif’s corruption case and sentenced to jail in 2018, was cleared of charges this week and is now expected to return to politics. Bilawal Bhutto, the current foreign minister, is the son of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, who was assassinated in 2007 and grandson of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, who was prime minister in the 1970s. Khan has consistently represented himself as the alternative to such dynastic politics, even though many of his top ministers came from political families.

Sharif vehemently rebuffed the criticism. “It’s about competence: it’s about public support, it’s about people’s trust,” he said. “It’s not about dynasty.”
 

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