Minister Imran Khan had said on Friday that the main problem of the opposition parties with the army was that, unlike other agencies, they had turned the agency over to Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) after “learning” their alleged corruption. Unable to “control”. …
Addressing a function organized by the Justice Lawyers Forum (ILF) in Islamabad, he said that the PML-N supremo and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif fought with “every army commander” because he wanted the army to join Punjab. They want to change into a police force.
In recent weeks, Nawaz has made serious allegations of political interference in the military.
He said that (opposition parties) control all the institutions whose job is to maintain checks and balances, except one. They know that the ISI knows about all their thefts. They are trying to overcome it, and this is where the conflict begins.
Prime Minister Imran once again ridiculed Nawaz for claiming that former ISI chief Zahirul Islam had asked him to step down as prime minister, saying, “Why did he (Islam) say that? And you (Nawaz). Why listen quietly? Because Zahoorul Islam knew how much money you stole. ”
Referring to Nawaz’s “attacks” on the Pakistani military, he said, “If anyone is on India’s agenda, it is [the opposition].”
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He added that if the Pakistani military was weakened, the country would face the same instability as other Muslim countries such as Libya, Syria and Yemen.
“We are safe today thanks to the sacrifices of our armed forces,” he said.
Imran said the reason he had no “problems” with the army and the army had supported all his government’s plans was because of his clean record.
He said that even if he started making money “out of the country”, the ISI would find out about it in front of someone else, “because it is the world’s foremost agency.”
‘I am a democracy’
Prime Minister Imran said that Nawaz’s real business was not democracy but protection of his financial interests.
“I am a democracy,” he said. “I was elected after getting the highest number of votes in Pakistan and winning in five constituencies.”
Citing opposition claims that votes were stolen in the 2018 elections, the prime minister said his party would not need a coalition to form a government if it was declared wrong.
He said that the opposition was abusing all the institutions for pressuring them to get concessions in the spirit of NRO (National Reconciliation Ordinance), adding that “the day they get NRO will be Pakistan’s.” There will be a fall. ”
“You can hold as many rallies as you want,” he told the opposition, planning to stage a series of anti-government demonstrations in the coming weeks under the banner of the Pakistan Democratic Movement. “When you break the law, you go straight to jail – and not to a VIP jail, but to where the poor are sent.”
The prime minister said all opposition politicians were united on a single platform, as “they consider themselves above the law” and “irresponsible”.
Referring to Nawaz’s demands for his supporters to take to the streets against the government, Imran said that although PML-N workers take bribes with money and “kimae kya naan”, they “will not come out”. ۔
The prime minister also ridiculed PML-N leader Mohammad Zubair, comparing the life of pro-Iranian leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in exile with the life abroad, saying that although Khomeini At the point, “he was sent abroad, but after Nawaz went abroad, his party repeatedly pleaded for his health.”
“The Iranian people loved Ayatollah Khomeini. When he passed away, he had a small house … He and his children did not own billions in London.”
He said the opposition had tried to “blackmail” the government over the passage of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) law and now the country wanted to overthrow the government as it emerged from the crisis.
On the occasion, the Prime Minister promised medical records of all the lawyers and said that the government would help them in providing housing under the New Pakistan Housing Program.