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Pakistan Army Imran Khan | Pakistan opposition parties opposition powerful army and its backing to Imran Khan. | For the first time in the history of Pakistan, the opposition’s army was challenged, Nawaz and Bilawal said – bring Imran to the army and General Bajwa to power

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The Pakistani army and its chief, General Bajwa, are accused of directly helping Imran Khan in the 2018 general election. (File photo)

Nobody dared to challenge the army in Pakistan, neither did the power. But with the changing times, the army is the biggest target. Political parties are also challenging him directly. Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the youth president of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), had been doing this work for a long time. But now former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has also joined them. Apart from this, Maulana Fazl-ur-Rahman is also not behind in tightening the army. The special thing is that all three have also come together to remove Imran Khan from power.

Bilawal started
Imran Khan became Prime Minister in 2018. Since then, he has been accused of reaching the chair through the army. Bilawal has been repeating his speeches for two years. Now Nawaz’s party (PML-N) is also following this path. The opposition has come out on the streets to unite and topple the Imran government. The government is jailing opposition leaders one after the other. Nawaz recently addressed a joint opposition rally from London. Said- The army rigged the last election. Because of this, people lost their trust in him. Imran does not have as much trouble with the wrong actions of the army. He will have to get away from politics. Along with the army, Nawaz also took a strong toll on the ISI.

Nawaz was PM three times
Nawaz became PM for the first time in 1993. Then the President removed him at the behest of the army. When he became prime minister again in 1999, Pervez Musharraf seized power. Military rule came in the country. In 2017, the court and the army removed him in the name of Imran’s movement. Nawaz had to lose power three times because of the army. Now they are able to unite the opposition to end this trouble.

Bilawal ready to fight with the army
Bilawal Bhutto has directly warned the army that he should stay away from political matters. He threatened recently that all elected representatives from the Legislative Assemblies and Parliament would resign if the army did not stop supporting the government. Bilawal said- I do not understand why the army has been deployed inside and outside the polling booth. We have no objection to making Gilgit-Baltistan the fifth state, but why is the army doing this work instead of Parliament.

11 parties and a banner
On 20 September, 11 opposition parties of Pakistan formed a coalition. Through this, they are agitating in three stages to topple the government. It has been named the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM). The round of meetings has started. Protests are taking place. In January 2021, the march will be taken till Islamabad. Bilawal and Nawaz are calling Imran a ‘Selected Prime Minister’.

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