Highlights

  • Imran Khan's veiled jibe at Pakistan Army chief General Bajwa
  • Khan was asked about Pak institutions being against him
  • Khan: if one person commits mistake, entire institution not at fault

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Addressing workers of his political party, Khan spoke about Pakistani institutions being against him.

Days after his removal as the Prime Minister, Imran Khan apparently targeted Pakistan's Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa.

Addressing workers of his political party, Khan spoke about the institutions of the country being against him. Khan said that if one or two persons commit a mistake, the entire institution can't be blamed.

Khan said, "Institutions are run by people. If one person inside the institution commits a mistake, the entire institution is not responsible. If you talk about the Election Commission, there is no doubt that the current Election Commissioner is anti-PTI. EC's judgments have been against the law."

This is believed to have been a jibe at Bajwa, while trying to suggest that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf, or PTI, does not have a problem with the powerful Army.

Imran Khan was ousted from the Prime Minister's office on April 10 after losing a no-confidence vote in the National Assembly. In the run-up to the vote, Khan had alleged a foreign conspiracy against him, hinting at America's role.

Imran Khan is believed to have run afoul of the Army after he opposed Bajwa's choice as Pakistan's spymaster. Khan eventually agreed to appoint Lt Gen Nadeem Anjum as the ISI chief, but relations with the Army soured.

The Pakistani army has long been accused of pulling the strings of the country's political establishment. The Army has also ruled Pakistan directly for around half of its independent history.

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