PTI Govt relations with Establishment bad, Fawad Chaudhry

ISLAMABAD, April 21 (Alliance News): Former Information Minister and PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry has said that relations with Establishment had been bad for many months and if relations with Establishment had not been bad then we would be in government today.

Fawad Chaudhry said that if relations with the Establishment had not deteriorated, he would have been in the government.

When asked about the period of deterioration of relations, Fawad Chaudhry recited a poem and replied, “Time is of the essence.

He said that the relationship was bad for many months.

“A former judge made an analysis in which I agree that it was not PTI or PDM that suffered the loss, the PTI regained its lost popularity which may now be 2018,” he said. Is above and the PDM will come to the government and meet its expenses for the last 3 years.

He said that the two institutions of the Establishment meant the army and the judiciary and a dispute arose over these two institutions.

He said that former Prime Minister Imran Khan had never thought of appointing Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed as Army Chief. Imran Khan does not plan so long. Imran Khan will have many flaws but he is not a conspirator.

He said that I was talking to Rana Sanaullah that we politicians are so short-sighted that we have not been able to solve this problem so far. What will be the procedure for appointment of Army Chief? Yes, but we are not able to move forward in this matter.

He said that Rana Sanaullah agreed with me and he also said that there should be a formula on it which should at least know where the matter is going.

He said that although there is a formula for appointment based on experience, as the appointment of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is done on the basis of seniority, there could be several formulas.

It may be recalled that the opposition had filed a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan on March 8, after which voting was expected on April 3 after a delay.

On March 27, former Prime Minister Imran Khan, addressing a rally at the Parade Ground in Islamabad, pulled out a letter from his pocket and said that the country was trying to change the government with the help of money from abroad.

Former Prime Minister Imran Khan said that we have been threatened in writing. He took out a letter from his pocket on this occasion, waved it in front of the people and put it back without reading it.

Later, in a press conference with former federal minister Asad Umar, Fawad Chaudhry said that Nawaz Sharif had held many meetings in London and those meetings were also reported in which he had also met the Israeli diplomat. Then after that we have received this letter which mentions the no-confidence motion while this letter is from before the no-confidence motion was submitted and this is a matter of concern.

On April 3, the Deputy Speaker dismissed the no-confidence motion as unconstitutional and adjourned the sitting indefinitely.

Addressing the nation immediately after the adjournment of the lower house, Prime Minister Imran Khan had announced to send a proposal to the President to dissolve the assemblies and directed the nation to prepare for new elections.

The President later approved a proposal by the Prime Minister to dissolve the National Assembly under Articles 58 (1) and 48 (1) of the Constitution.

After the dissolution of the National Assembly, several leaders of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) reached the office of the former Prime Minister and congratulated him on the ‘successful surprise’. On this occasion, Imran Khan revealed that The message was sent.

He said that US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Donald Lowe had warned in a meeting with Ambassador Asad Majeed that there would be serious consequences if he avoided a no-confidence motion in the National Assembly. ۔

However, taking suo motu notice of all these issues, the Supreme Court declared unconstitutional the decision of Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri to dismiss the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan and the decision of the President to dissolve the National Assembly. And on April 9 to vote on the no-confidence motion.

Later on the night of April 9, a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan was successful in the National Assembly session after which he resigned from the post of Prime Minister.


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