ISPR terms Imran Khan’s allegations ‘highly irresponsible’ & ‘baseless’

Pakistan ArmyISPR terms Imran Khan’s allegations ‘highly irresponsible’ & ‘baseless’

RAWALPINDI, Pakistan: The Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) has said that Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan has levelled highly irresponsible and baseless allegations against a serving senior military officer without any evidence.

In a statement on Monday, the ISPR said that these fabricated and malicious allegations are extremely unfortunate, deplorable and unacceptable.

   

The ISPR said that this has been a consistent pattern for last one year wherein military and intelligence agencies officials are targeted with insinuations and sensational propaganda for the furtherance of political objectives.

“We ask the political leader concerned to make a recourse to legal avenues and stop making false allegations,” it said.

The ISPR said that the institution reserves the right to take legal course of action against patently false and malafide statements and propaganda.

Earlier on Sunday, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif lambasted the PTI Chief for leveling allegations without any proof against the Director General of Counter Intelligence at the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Major General Faisal Naseer and

Imran Niazi’s act of routinely maligning and threatening Pakistan Army and Intelligence Agency for the sake of petty political gains is highly condemnable. His leveling of allegations without any proof against Gen Faisal Naseer and officers of our Intelligence Agency cannot be allowed and will not be tolerated,” Shahbaz Sharif wrote on Twitter.

Responding to the prime minister’s remarks, Imran Khan also took to Twitter and wrote “As someone who has suffered two assassination attempts on his life in last few months, can I dare to ask Shahbaz Sharif the following questions:

Responding to the prime minister’s remarks, Imran Khan also took to Twitter and wrote “As someone who has suffered two assassination attempts on his life in last few months, can I dare to ask Shahbaz Sharif the following questions:

  1. Have I, a citizen, the right to nominate those I feel were responsible for assassination attacks on me? Why was I denied my legal & Constitutional right to register an FIR? Does Shahbaz Sharif tweet mean military officers are above the law or that they cannot commit a crime? If we allege one of them has committed a crime, how is institution being maligned?
  2. Who was so powerful as to sabotage Wazirabad JIT while PTI govt was in power in Punjab?
  3. Can Shahbaz Sharif answer why the ISI took over ICT Judicial Complex evening before my appearance there on 18 March?
  4. Why were ISI personnel in CTD & lawyers camouflage? What was motive & what business did ISI have in the Complex?

When Shahbaz Sharif can truthfully answer these questions, all will point to one powerful man & his accomplices all being above the law. Then it is time for us to officially declare that in Pakistan there is only law of the jungle where Might is Right.

Mati
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