Pakistan’s former prime minister Imran Khan has mentioned that retired Military chief Common Qamar Javed Bajwa known as him a “playboy” throughout their final assembly earlier than his ouster from the Constitutional place final 12 months by a no-confidence movement.
In his interplay with media individuals on Monday at his Lahore residence, the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chairman talked about ‘soiled audios’ purportedly related with him.
“What message we’re giving to our youth by soiled audios and movies,” he mentioned and not directly blamed the highly effective institution for recording such audios.
Just lately three purported audio clips believed to be of Khan received leaked.
Inside Minister Rana Sanaullah claimed that these audio clips are real and equally video clips of Khan is perhaps out in coming days. “In a gathering with Gen Bajwa in August 2022, he informed me that he had audios and movies of my get together males. He additionally jogged my memory that I used to be a ‘playboy’. I informed him…sure, I used to be (a playboy) prior to now and I by no means claimed that I’m an angel,” Khan mentioned, including that he had suspected that Bajwa made up his thoughts to oust him from energy.
“I got here to know that he was rigorously taking part in a double recreation … and make Shehbaz Sharif the prime minister. Bajwa stabbed in my again,” Khan mentioned and claimed Bajwa’s ‘set-up’ within the navy remains to be energetic to cease him from returning to energy.
Khan, 70, who suffered bullet accidents in his leg throughout a rally in Punjab province in November final 12 months, regretted granting extension to Gen Bawja.
“It was my nice mistake to grant extension to Gen Bajwa. Bajwa began displaying his ‘true color’ after getting extension and finally conspired towards my authorities on the problem of accountability,” he lambasted.
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