Imran Khan tried to Sack Pak Army Chief

Imran Khan tried to Sack Pakistan Army Chief on Saturday.

Prime Minister tried to Sack Army Chief before losing vote of No confidence
BBC Urdu reported that a helicopter carrying “two uninvited guests” landed in the Prime Minister’s House in the night and were escorted by Army soldiers to the interior of the PM office. They two met alone for 45 minutes with Khan.

According to various media reports, Khan made a failed attempt to replace Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa in order to bring someone more supportive and loyal to his idea of “foreign conspiracy” and national political views to remain in power.

According to Reuters, Army Chief and Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) chief held a meeting with Khan late on Saturday night, moments before the 69-year-old PM was removed as PM in a vote of no confidence in the National Assembly.

Pakistan Army Denied the Helicopter story of BBC Urdu as False and propaganda during the political situation, baseless and lacks credibility.


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