Pak army denies allegations of imposing martial lawImage Credit source: PTI
Pakistan Violence: Pakistan The ruckus has been going on for the last four days. After the arrest of Imran Khan, there is chaos here. After being released, Imran Khan targeted the country’s army chief Asim Munir. He said that this is the reason for what is happening in the country. PTI President Khan got bail from the Allahabad High Court on Friday and he reached his home in Lahore from Islamabad late at night.
He was warmly welcomed at his house in Zaman Park. At the same time, in the meantime, the Pakistani army has issued a statement denying the allegations of imposing martial law in the country. Amid reports of a rift in the ranks of the army, Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations Major Ahmed Sharif Chaudhary said that there is no martial law in the country.
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we believe in democracy
Chaudhary said that I want to say clearly that General Asim Munir and the army support democracy and will continue to do so. In such a situation, there is no question of imposing martial law. According to Geo News, this statement of Chaudhary has come four days after the violence erupted in Pakistan. That too when Imran Khan blamed the army for this violence.
Many officers including Brigadier, Colonel were dismissed!
The army’s top spokesperson said that the army chief and the senior leadership of the army fully believe in democracy. According to media reports, many Brigadier, Colonel and Major level officers in Pakistan were dismissed because they refused to fire on Imran Khan and PTI supporters.
Imran attacked the army chief
Meanwhile, in a video message, Imran Khan made a direct attack on Pakistani Army Chief General Asim Munir and accused him of creating anarchy in the country. The PTI chief said that I am not against any organization, but because of it (Army Chief Aseem Munir), the Pakistan Army is being defamed.
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Army united under the leadership of General Munir
Chaudhary said that despite all the efforts of the enemies, the army is united under the leadership of Army Chief General Munir. At the same time, the army spokesman said that the dreams of creating division within the army will remain dreams. Neither has anyone resigned nor disobeyed any order. Please tell that after the arrest of Imran, more than 50 people have died in the violence that broke out in Pakistan, while thousands of people are injured.