Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan asked President Arif Alvi to issue an order for an immediate inquiry against Ex-Army Chief General (retd) Qamar Javed Bajwa for “violating oath and Constitution of Pakistan.”
In a letter dated 14th February, Imran Khan referred to a column by journalist Javed Chaudhry in which startling revelations were made attributing General (retd) Bajwa.
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“Some very disturbing information has now come into the public domain whereby it is clear that Gen retd Bajwa as COAS violated his oath of the office repeatedly,” the PTI chief stated in a letter written to the president, shared publicly on the party’s official social media channels today.
Imran Khan mentioned that the former army chief committed “violations” and requested Arif Alvi “as supreme commander of the armed forces to institute an immediate inquiry” against him.
“He [Gen Bajwa] has admitted to journalist Javed Ch that ‘we’ (and it would be critical to ascertain from him who was the ‘we’ in reference to) considered Imran Khan dangerous to the country if he continued to stay in power,” Khan told the President in the letter.
“The question that arises is who gave him the power to decide that an elected PM was supposedly a ‘danger to the country if he continued to stay in power’. Only the people through elections can decide who they want to elect as PM.”
“Taking such a right on himself is in clear violation of his oath as given in Third Schedule Article 244 of the Constitution,” he said.
No US conspiracy
Earlier on 12 February Former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan said that there is no US Conspiracy for the ouster of his Government.
Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf Imran Khan said that the US is a superpower and our biggest trading partner, it is clear from the things that are coming out that the US had no hand in expelling me, the plan to ouster him as PM was exported from here to the US. Pakistan has good relations with America in the interest of the people.
He said that International relations should not be based on personal ego, we have to leave the past and move forward. Former Prime Minister Imran Khan said that Pakistan always wanted good relations with Afghanistan, during his time he tried his best to establish good relations with the Afghan government, but Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto did not visit Afghanistan.
PTI Chief claimed that former Army Chief (COAS) General Retired Qamar Javed Bajwa admitted the toppling of his government. He said that we had a good relationship with General (R) Bajwa, we worked together and Pakistan was successful in dealing with the coronavirus. General (R) Bajwa did not consider corruption as a big problem. He had close relations with current Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif.
Imran Khan said that the PDM government using all tactics to stop him from coming into power again. He alleged that Nawaz Sharif using tactics to send him to jail after declaring him disqualified.
He said that he got surprised by the former army chief’s confessions over admitting the toppling of his government. Imran Khan said that ex-COAS Bajwa was a ‘super king’ for having ‘superior powers’ and he was not answerable to anyone.
The PTI Chief alleged that Ex COAS was also controlling the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) but the then-premier was bearing all kinds of criticism.
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