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imran khan rift with pakistani army: imran khan said rift with the pakistani army is a dead and buried story

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Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has reiterated that his government’s relationship with the military has been “extraordinary” and the opposition’s story about the rift between the government and the army has been “dead and buried”. Giving a candid response to his detractors, Khan told a meeting of PTI spokespersons on Monday that “civil-military relations are unprecedented these days”.

Asked whether he felt threatened by any side in the context of rumors of a possible deal between the opposition PML-N and the Army, the Prime Minister said that he was not under any kind of pressure personally. He said he has the support of government allies and expressed confidence that his government will complete its five years, Dawn news reported.

Talking about the incidents that took place in Muri over the weekend, Khan said that the death of 22 people could have been avoided by making timely arrangements. He praised the army for swiftly moving to help the people trapped in Muri and carrying out rescue operations in the disaster-hit hill station. Khan said the number of tourists in the country has increased even though the infrastructure was the same as it was several decades ago. He stressed the need for improving facilities and construction of new hotels in tourist places.

Let us tell you that different types of speculations are also being made about the extension of the tenure of Pakistan Army Chief 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.

Imran said – I have not thought of anything yet

Imran Khan has said that he has not yet thought of extension in the tenure of Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa. Imran Khan said during a TV interview that the new year has just begun and November is far away. Then why worry about the extension of the tenure of the army chief. Imran claimed that he has a very close relationship with the army.

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