By Raza Ruman
Finally the cat is out of the bag.
The secret is revealed.
PTI parliamentarian Amir Dogar has revealed that Prime Minister Imran Khan wanted ISI chief Faiz Hameed to cling to his post for few more months. And that’s why that stand off on the appointment of new ISI DG Lt Gen Nadeem Anjum.
It is ironic…isn’t it. Why PM Khan needed Hameed. Dogar says Khan wanted to have him in ISI cap to look after the affairs of Afghanistan. Do you agree Man?
Omar on Twitter says “No, Imran Khan is NOT taking a stand for democracy. Instead, it’s the opposite. IK wants current DG ISI to stay because he trusts NO ONE more to influence FIA/NAB into arresting opposition leaders, pummel through anti media legislation & engineer politics to keep IK in power.”
Perhaps some agree with this guy.
On the other hand PMLN of Sharifs is observing deadly silence. Why have the elder Sharif lost guts or looking for an opportunity to cut a deal with new leadership in the power circle. What a shame.
If there are very good relations between Pakistan's military and political leadership so why is Imran Khan waiting for the appointment of DG ISI or he has to appoint a DG from the cabinet ? Remember, Delay in this decision can be detrimental.#BehindYouSkipper pic.twitter.com/gg5dre4pux— WASEEM MUGHAL (@waseem786_) October 12, 2021
Dear dear, now Middle East Eye is trolling Imran Khan. 😂 pic.twitter.com/67T4JrzSMT— Gul Bukhari (@GulBukhari) October 11, 2021
I stand with Prime Minister Imran Khan for every good decision he takes for Pakistan, for his absolute love for and loyalty to Pakistan, for his unambiguous leadership on issues that matter.— Mehr Tarar (@MehrTarar) October 12, 2021
No, Imran Khan is NOT taking a stand for democracy. Instead, it's the opposite. IK wants current DG ISI to stay because he trusts NO ONE more to influence FIA/NAB into arresting opposition leaders, pummel through anti media legislation & engineer politics to keep IK in power 😡— Omer Azhar (@OmerAzhar96) October 12, 2021
Let’s see how does PMLN leadership react. PAK DESTINY