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Pak Army Chief forwards Maulanas against Imran Khan, what is the plan?

Rachna Kumari
Pak Army Chief forwards Maulanas against Imran Khan what is the plan
Pak Army Chief forwards Maulanas against Imran Khan what is the plan

After the arrest of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on May 9 in the Al-Qadir Trust case, the situation in the country deteriorated.

The country's Maulana Brigade has now entered the tussle between Pakistan Army Chief General Asim Munir and PTI Chief Imran Khan. According to media reports, General Munir has put forward the Maulana Brigade against Imran Khan.

Munir now wants to declare Imran Khan as anti-Islam and is taking the help of Maulanas for this. It is being claimed that Maulana will explain to the people across the country that the situation in the country is very bad and no one can save the country only by martial law.

Maulana Fazlu Rehman is in Thailand,

however, during the time of great crisis, Maulana Fazlur Rehman, the biggest of Pakistani society, has gone on a personal trip to Thailand.

Rehman, the chairman of the ruling coalition PDM, was earlier been told that he would go to London to meet Nawaz Sharif. But according to the information that has now come to the fore, Rahman went to Thailand on a personal trip.

After the arrest of Imran, the situation in the country worsened

after the arrest of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on May 9 in the Al-Qadir Trust case. Violent protests continued for three days after Khan's arrest. Unruly protesters allegedly attacked defense and public establishments almost across the country. The civil and military leadership announced the prosecution of the rioters under the Army Act.

Since then, dozens of PTI leaders and MPs have quit the party over the May 9 violence, while thousands of workers have been detained for their alleged involvement in the riots.

Imran arrested Munir for his arrest

Imran Khan blamed Army Chief General Asim Munir for his arrest on May 9. In an interview, Khan said, 'It is not the security agencies behind this, but a man, that is the army chief. There is no democracy in the army. Whatever is happening, the image of the army is being tarnished. Khan said, 'And he [Army chief] is worried that if I come back to power, I will remove him. (Hence) all this is happening directly on his orders.