Imran Khan tried to sack Pak Army Chief Bajwa, claims dissident

Amir Liaquat Hussain, a disgruntled leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, said that Prime Minister Imran Khan attempted to remove Pakistan Chief of the Army Staff Qamar Javed Bajwa and that he witnessed it, The News reported.

He stated the prime minister discussed the matter with him in a video message that went viral on social media, and the PM remarked, "I am going to remove COAS Qamar Javed Bajwa." He claimed that he knew a lot of secrets and that revealing them would cause a ruckus.

He said that the existence of any threat letter was untrue. Asad Qaiser wrote the supposed 'threat letter' stated by PM Khan, and Shah Mehmood Qureshi was reportedly involved in the scheme. He also warned Pakistani President Arif Alvi against issuing irrational presidential decrees.

As per the Dawn report, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) vice president Maryam Nawaz claimed that the main character behind the so-called "threat letter," former Pakistani ambassador to the United States Asad Majid, was transferred to Belgium just a day before Imran Khan invented the conspiracy drama to gain public sympathy.

"At the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the so-called "threat letter" was drafted. A day before Imran Khan waved the letter at a public assembly, Pakistan's ambassador to the United States, Asad Majid, was abruptly relocated to Brussels. Why hasn't this letter been given to the Supreme Court and the rest of the country? There is no such (threat) letter, in fact "Nawaz remarked.

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