There is no pressure from Pakistan's army in the country's politics and foreign policy: Imran Khan

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Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has broken his silence on the ongoing protests over the military's interference in Pakistan's politics and government. Imran said, there is no pressure on the army in making Pakistan's politics, government, and foreign policy.


Imran said that Pakistan's foreign policy is around the declaration of Pakistan's Tehreek-e-Insaf Party. He said the army did not force me to do anything that I do not want to do. In an interview, he said that if the army pressures me, I oppose it.


Whatever foreign policy is in force today is consistent with the party's manifesto. The Pakistani army has no hand in this. We were under pressure to stand against Muslim countries, but we made it clear that we will remain normal and work towards uniting Muslim countries.


Imran Khan is the elected Prime Minister

There have been four rallies against Imran Khan under the banner of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM). The opposition alleges that the military's interference in Pakistan's politics and foreign policy is increasing. The opposition says that it is necessary for the Imran government to go. It is alleged that in the year 2018, Imran was not elected, the elected Prime Minister of the country in which the Pakistan Army had an important role. On the selected PM, Imran says that this criticism is beyond comprehension.