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Imran Khan plans to correspond with Army Chief Asim Munir regarding Pakistan’s current issues

Imran Khan plans to correspond with Army Chief Asim Munir regarding Pakistan's current issues

In Islamabad, imprisoned former Prime Minister Imran Khan has opted to communicate his concerns about the nation’s current challenges by drafting a letter to Chief of Army Staff General Asim Munir.

As per a transcript shared on PTI’s social media platform, Khan, the founding leader of PTI, expressed his decision to initiate this correspondence with the army chief in the best interests of Pakistan.

Reportedly, Khan instructed his legal team to prepare the letter and keep him informed of its progress. He highlighted that the letter would specifically address the unrest in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, which led to the tragic deaths of a police officer and three civilians during recent clashes.

The renowned cricketer-turned-politician stressed the importance of maintaining harmony between the army and the populace, underscoring the crucial role of the military as an institution in the country.

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Touching upon the polarized nature of society, the PTI leader criticized those exploiting Form 47s for their own gain, accusing them of launching attacks against anyone who questions their actions. He alleged that the judiciary and media were facing undue pressure to safeguard falsehoods, further asserting that the president, prime minister, and Punjab chief minister had secured their positions through deception rather than legitimate authority.

Khan specifically targeted KP Governor Faisal Karim Kundi as a “Form 47 beneficiary,” highlighting his attacks against Chief Minister Ali Amin Gandapur. He also condemned the perceived representatives of this flawed system for their assaults on Justice Babar Sattar, citing instances such as statements and press conferences by politicians including Mustafa Kamal, Faisal Vawda, Talal Chaudhry, Awn Chaudhry, and Sindh Governor Kamran Tessori.