ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran KhanThe facilitated “coup d’etat” is becoming increasingly apparent to the international eye as Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf-led federal government “easily suppresses” anti-government and anti-military dissent, the Asia Times reported.
In an article entitled “Military Seeds of Pakistani Discontent”, written by Salman Rafi Sheikh, he mentions that a “crawling coup” allowed the Pakistani army to control and manipulate the government “without firing or running a tank” .
The “crawling blow” facilitated by Khan is becoming increasingly evident in the international arena … Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf-led regime often and easily suppresses anti-government and anti-military dissent, acting similarly to repressive military dictatorships. previous mask of democracy, wrote the sheikh.
The author also wrote that former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, now supreme of Pakistan’s Muslim Leauge-Nawaz, who was ousted in 2017 by the Supreme Court’s disqualification verdict on corruption grounds, claimed that an “alien force” was in behind the verdict.
The Pakistani democratic movement – a coalition of 11 opposition parties – is now “trying to strike” at the ruling PTI government, a direct response to what they call Khan’s “hybrid martial law” regime.
The author also said that Pakistani history shows that electoral democracy usually lasts about a decade before the military takes control again.
“Instead, the” crawling blow “enters. Without firing a fire or running a tank, the Pakistani army and the wider security unit now openly or de facto lead key ministries and departments, giving security forces power over the nation’s day-to-day work. day administration “, read on.
The sheikh also said that the Pakistani army, prone to coups and institutionally obliged to act as the “guardian” of the nation, has restored its political influence through appointments to civil bureaucratic posts, re-cementing its previous day-to-day administration of the country. .
“It is a phenomenon that critics of the opposition who are now stirring up on the streets of the nation refer to it as a ‘crawling blow’, one that the politician who has become a politician has willingly facilitated in exchange for the traps of the chosen power,” he added.
The Imran Khan government faced a huge backlash from the 11-party opposition alliance, which members of the opposition labeled it “worse than Covid-19”.
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