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PPP co-Chairman doesn’t rule out COAS Bajwa’s extension

ISLAMABAD – Chief architect of the incumbent coalition government, Asif Ali Zardari, is thinking about giving another surprise to rival Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf leader Imran Khan before going into the general elections, sources said yesterday.
Zardari, a former President and co-Chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party, is not ruling out another extension to Chief of the Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, although the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) announced the top General wanted to retire in November.
“There can be a huge surprise if General Bajwa agrees to stay on. Zardari is thinking on these lines but there is no contact with the COAS yet on this issue. This (extension) cannot be ruled out. The government has this right (to extend the tenure),” a close aide of Zardari told The Nation, citing the previous shocker where Imran Khan was ousted as the Prime Minister in April.
Another aide of the PPP co-Chairman said the coalition government will take a decision after consensus and take the COAS into confidence before any announcement.
“The coalition government respects the COAS and his role as the army chief. Extension is an option open to the government,” he added.
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has recently said he had always enjoyed good relations with every army chief of the country.
In response to a question about the appointment of the next army chief when the term of the incumbent expires in November, or giving an extension to the current chief General Bajwa, Sharif had said: “It is a premature question” and will be considered when the time comes in the national interest.

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PM Shahbaz Sharif didnot rule out extension to the COAS General Bajwa


Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has said the question on the Army Chief extension is premature.
“We will see when the time comes for the extension link of the army chief link. We must keep the army away from politics. The army is an institution 22 crore people that protect the borders,” he added.
He said the election will be held after a consensus among allied parties. “We will try to form an alliance for the next election and the PML-N will play its part. The government’s term will end by August next year.”



He took a swipe at ex-PM Imran Khan for inflicting serious damage upon the country. “Imran Khan has not Einstein that the nation will follow him.
“China is our best friend. Imran Khan angered China, Saudi Arabia, and UAE.
However, I am striving to better ties with Pak friends. His government did nothing but NAB-Niazi nexus.
He said “America is a superpower. We are not anti-America. We must work with the US on an equal footing.”
Prison days were very hard, he recalled adding that he went to jail and went there to close inmates.
 
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newb3e

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his only power is haram ka paisa he made for his partners Wardi mafia and himself and now he wants his masters to stay in power so both can loot unchecked!!!

Mulk ka cancer Wardi wallay!

کتا بوٹ چاٹنے کی عادت سے نہیں جائے گا
ya boot nai chaat raha boot wallay is keh sath beth keh mulk lootay hain! partner hain!!
 

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Not happening
The are power hungry guys under bajwa who wanted to get to seat
They won't let this happen

Actually it's their right
They have worked their whole life


Even during Last extension some guys protested who were in top 4 to be chief and one of them was bilal akhar who was rewarded as ambassador of saudi Arabia after retirement
 

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Interesting. Just a wild guess. Take it with a pinch of salt.

I think Zardari, a focal point of CIA backed regime change, is now the most powerful person in Pakistan (even eclipsing COAS).

If it comes down to giving extension to COAS, to cut down PTI, it will be done, even if some corp commanders are not OK with it.
 

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Of course. One corrupt man adores another. What a shame for Bajwa. Mr. 10% is going to provide extension. They still wonder why people don't like the Pak army anymore.
 

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Sabh zardari ko bura bol rahay hien, extension ke bhookay ko kiyun bhool rahay ho bhai?
I don't know why people are surprised, I think they have forget Gen Kayani was the local guarantor of previous NRO & charter of democracy .

for this new NRO a local guarantor is needed who could ensure not only the continuity of the Imported & Installed Political Order but the smooth transition of power among participant of this new Politia order, so who could be more suitable for this job other than Bajwa .... ???

In fact he could be the only person could opt this role of Guarantor for this NRO-2 based Imported political setup
 

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Zardari is a hardcore criminal. He would be ready to give extension to another fellow criminal, that is Mir Bajwa, if it suits his objectives.
 

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what a weird guy zardari this bas tard is reaching old age and still he is looting. atleast giveup and live your remainder life with the looted money. these bas trds are never full they will die in their grave thinking about looting. Strange ppl like this make my head spin.
 

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