Speaking yesterday, Nawaz Sharif, former Pakistani Prime Minister and leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) in London, called on General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff of Pakistan, to bid farewell to the PML-N Government. of Imran Khan is accused of “fraud” to replace him. Pakistani troops have not responded to the call, but government officials have said PDM Jalsa Ku Gujranwala is a failure. Shahbaz Gill, Special Assistant to Prime Minister Imran Khan on Politics, described the meeting as part of “Indian interests” and asked, “Why is India and the dacoit group on the same page?”
Apart from the PML-N, the meeting was also attended by the Pakistan People’s Party, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) and other opposition parties, which called for the party to withdraw its political affiliation.
What did Nawaz Sharif say?
Nawaz Sharif, who is in London to receive medical treatment, is wanted by the Pakistani government on economic woes. He has repeatedly called for a crackdown on political retaliation.
In his remarks he spoke on various issues in the country such as rising prices, development activities, relations with the military, alleged electoral fraud and calling politicians ‘terrorists’. In his remarks, he also cited the recent comments by Asim Bajwa, former army chief of staff and a special aide to the prime minister of media, Lt. Gen. (returner). He repeatedly said that Asim Bajwa, chairman of the CPEC Authority, had a salary of Rs 3.5 million.
In his remarks, Nawaz Sharif criticized Pakistani army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa and said, “It all happened in your hands. Do you want to call him a Nawaz Sharif terrorist?” I have to say, advertisers? Be sure to seize Nawaz Sharif’s property? Sure, are there false cases? Make but Nawaz Sharif continues to be the voice of the oppressed, Nawaz Sharif will make the people respect their vote.
Bajwa sahib, you must give an account, you! And General Faiz (ISI chief), it’s all in your hands. Do you want to call Nawaz Sharif a rebel? Certainly to say. ‘
Performed on social media
Many hashtags and names are moving to Pakistan on Saturday morning. A brief overview of the Gujranwala conference is best seen in these scenarios.
On the one hand, in response to Nawaz Sharif’s remarks, many hashtags can be seen on Twitter in favor of the Pakistani military and the opposition. On the other hand, people are also working in the PML-N and its defense.
Interestingly, those who speak out against all wrongdoing in the world of their elected officials insist on honoring the supreme judge.
No one asked CJ to get involved in the dispute and justify SC decisions on public speaking.
Now that they have it, people will get rich.
This is how this works.
– Mosharraf More (@mosharrafzaidi) December 16, 2017
Mian Nawaz Sharif’s current statement paid off all past debts. Even if the fire is extinguished now, the smoke and its effects will be long lasting. @NawazSharifMNS
– Nazia Memon (@ NaziaMemon01) October 16, 2020
Journalist Muhammad Taqi says that in the history of Pakistan, no such cases have been reported to a military commander, who is not a dictator.
According to reporter Hamid Mir, Nawaz Sharif’s comments were positive. He talked a lot about Bajwa. If Nawaz Sharif had not been banned, I would have asked him why you did not remember this statement when your party supported the extension of Bajwa leadership last year. ? The question arises, but why?
Nawaz Sharif’s words were kind. They accused him of a lot of Bajwa. If Nawaz Sharif had not been banned, he would have asked why you said this when your party supported the extension of Bajwa’s term last year. Do you remember? the question remains but how do you ask? https://t.co/nSVD1PMkf3
– Hamid Mir (@HamidMirPAK) October 16, 2020
Other users also likened him to Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Altaf Hussain.
Aini says Nawaz Sharif and PML-N have arrived “where no return is possible.”
Journalist Junaid Saleem reported that Nawaz Sharif’s remarks at the Gujranwala conference were the beginning of a direct confrontation. If the people and organizations spoken of in these words are silent on this, then in the future they will always use the same language and it will not be possible to stop anyone. The goal is no longer Imran Khan but military leadership.
Today Nawaz Sharif said everything that can only be imagined … Things are not changing, they have changed. In the days to come, the words will not be weakened but will be strengthened. God be merciful #PDMGujranwalaJalsa #NawazSharif
– Asma Shirazi (@asmashirazi) October 16, 2020
Asma Shirazi, journalist and anchor said, “Nawaz Sharif has said everything that can only be imagined. Things are not changing, they have changed. In the days to come, the words will not be weakened or encouraged.