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General Bajwa: Imran Khan on Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bawaja tenure extension As COAS: What Imran Khan said on Pakistan Army Chief General Bajwa’s tenure extension

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Highlights

  • Imran spoke for the first time on extension of tenure of Pakistan Army Chief General Bajwa
  • General Bajwa’s tenure is ending in November this year
  • Imran is upset over the appointment of ISI chief and alliance with the opposition

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There is a lot of discussion between Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa. This is the reason that various speculations are being made about the extension of the tenure of General Bajwa. The tenure of the Pakistan Army Chief is set to end at the end of this year. After which parliamentary elections are also to be held in Pakistan in the next year i.e. 2023. In such a situation, for the first time Imran Khan has given a public statement regarding the extension of the tenure of General Bajwa.

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