Political turmoil in Pakistan is heading in opposition to a crescendo with united opposition anticipated to put up a no-confidence movement towards High Minister Imran Khan to the Speaker of the Nationwide Meeting the next day to come. The opposition has additionally warned that during case the Speaker refuses to simply accept or lengthen the movement, the leaders would degree a sit-in protest on the Meeting secretariat, which may be the venue of the OIC international ministers’ convention on March 22-23. The no-confidence vote is predicted to be taken up on March 28 if the movement is admitted through Speaker on Monday.
Whilst the political drive is mounting on PM Khan, intelligence inputs point out that 4 senior-most Pakistan Military generals together with Military Leader Gen Qamar Jawed Bajwa and DG (ISI) Lt Gen Nadeem Anjum have instructed the High Minister to step down after the OIC-FM convention. Even the much-touted trump card of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI) birthday party to get former Military Leader Gen Raheel Sharif to mediate on behalf of Imran Khan with the Military has it appears failed. It’s learnt that Gen Sharif flew to Pakistan to fulfill Gen Bajwa on the behest of Imran Khan however may just now not persuade the Military Leader who together with his senior-most generals are satisfied that no 2d likelihood will have to be given to their former protégé.
In step with reviews attaining Delhi, the Pakistan Military is united in its overview that Khan should step down as steady political turmoil was once now not within the pastime of Pakistan, which already reeling in a major financial disaster. The Military may be dissatisfied with PM Khan for taking useless pot-shots towards america and the EU at the Ukraine disaster and it appears for ignoring him and Pakistan in spite of Islamabad’s reinforce to the west in Afghanistan.
With Pakistan Military bluntly asking PM Khan to place in his papers after the OIC convention, the Opposition leaders have additionally stepped the pace and feature threatened to disrupt all the Meeting lawsuits if the movement isn’t taken up because of political wranglings on behalf of Khan.
There’s communicate in Islamabad circles that PM Khan will also push aside Gen Bajwa as Pakistan President Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto had brushed aside appearing military leader Gen Gul Hasan Khan and air drive leader Air Marshal Abdul Rahim Khan in March 1972. However with the senior-most generals at the back of Gen Bajwa, this chance does now not lift weight as the prevailing Military Leader has saved out of politics and isn’t taking a look to exchange the previous Pakistan swing bowler.