Political turmoil in Pakistan is heading in direction of a crescendo with united opposition predicted to post a no-self-assurance movement in opposition to Key Minister Imran Khan to the Speaker of the Nationwide Assembly tomorrow. The opposition has also warned that in scenario the Speaker refuses to acknowledge or hold off the movement, the leaders would phase a sit-in protest at the Assembly secretariat, which is also the location of the OIC overseas ministers’ meeting on March 22-23. The no-self-assurance vote is predicted to be taken up on March 28 if the movement is admitted by Speaker on Monday.
Even though the political tension is mounting on PM Khan, intelligence inputs show that 4 senior-most Pakistan Military generals such as Military Main Gen Qamar Jawed Bajwa and DG (ISI) Lt Gen Nadeem Anjum have informed the Key Minister to stage down following the OIC-FM meeting. Even the a lot-touted trump card of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI) social gathering to get previous Military Main Gen Raheel Sharif to mediate on behalf of Imran Khan with the Military has seemingly unsuccessful. It is learnt that Gen Sharif flew to Pakistan to satisfy Gen Bajwa at the behest of Imran Khan but could not encourage the Military Main who together with his senior-most generals are confident that no next possibility ought to be offered to their previous protégé.
In accordance to experiences achieving Delhi, the Pakistan Military is united in its evaluation that Khan have to stage down as ongoing political turmoil was not in the curiosity of Pakistan, which currently reeling in a significant financial disaster. The Military is also upset with PM Khan for getting unwanted pot-pictures in opposition to the US and the EU on the Ukraine disaster and seemingly for disregarding him and Pakistan regardless of Islamabad’s assist to the west in Afghanistan.
With Pakistan Military bluntly inquiring PM Khan to place in his papers following the OIC meeting, the Opposition leaders have also stepped the tempo and have threatened to disrupt the complete Assembly proceedings if the movement is not taken up thanks to political wranglings on behalf of Khan.
There is discuss in Islamabad circles that PM Khan may possibly even dismiss Gen Bajwa as Pakistan President Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto experienced dismissed performing military main Gen Gul Hasan Khan and air power main Air Marshal Abdul Rahim Khan in March 1972. But with the senior-most generals guiding Gen Bajwa, this likelihood does not have excess weight as the current Military Main has held out of politics and is not searching to exchange the previous Pakistan swing bowler.