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Will not fight with Pakistan Army, Pakistan needs strong army: Imran Khan

Imran Khan categorically denied approaching the military himself and asking it to intervene to end the deadlock with the opposition over the No-Confidence Motion.

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PTI leader Imran Khan says he will not fight with Pakistan Army as he strongly believes a united and strong Pakistan Army is important for Pakistan.

He had the latest meeting with journalist Abdul Qadir in which he expressed his views on the ongoing crisis in Pakistan and his alleged distance from Pakistan Army. Imran Khan categorically denied approaching the military himself and asking it to intervene to end the deadlock with the opposition over the No-Confidence Motion. He, however, refused to respond to the statements of COAS Bajwa circulating in media since yesterday.

“I will not do anything that will harm the country, we need a strong army, I did not ask anyone to end the deadlock, the Establishment discussed 3 options after meeting our senior leadership! Last night I did not meet anyone except anchors and party members,” said Imran Khan.

He again said that he designed an independent foreign policy keeping the welfare of the people in mind. ”My government’s foreign policy was for the people of my country. Hussain Haqqani was also holding important meetings in the plan to be made from January. Before I visited Russia, I called General Bajwa and asked him if there should be a visit in this situation. General Bajwa suggested that a visit should be made,” Imran Khan added further.

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Imran Khan clears the air

He also addressed the allegation of him selling the gifts he received when he was the prime minister. His opponents have been targeting him for selling all the gifts from Toshakhana. He said that he followed the rules and paid the price of the gift and sold it.

“Soldiers get plots in DHA, they can do whatever they want. A president sent me a gift at home, which was sent to Toshakhana. I paid 50% of the price and kept it with me. Later on, whatever I do with that gift is my choice. If I had to make money, I would have made crores of rupees by declaring my house a camp office but I did not do that,” said Imran Khan.

Regarding the massive political parties, Imran Khan said he could not have imagined how tremendous support he is receiving from people. He is hopeful to call for an early election with the help of public support.

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