Pakistan deploys army against former PM – RT World News

Islamabad calls on army to oust ousted PM Imran Khan

As thousands of protesters loyal to former Prime Minister Imran Khan took to the streets, the Pakistani government on Thursday approved the deployment of troops to protect its headquarters in Islamabad. Khan Khan staged a procession in the capital on Wednesday demanding this “Import Government” Call for early selection.

Home Minister Rana Sanaullah Tweet Army will be deployed for security “Important Government Buildings” Under Article 245 of the Constitution of Pakistan.

The buildings that will be protected include the Supreme Court, the Parliament House, the Prime Minister’s Building, the Presidency, the Pakistan Secretariat and the diplomatic enclave. He said in a statement.

The first four buildings are located in the vicinity of Town Square, commonly known as D-Chuck, the purpose of Khan and his followers. On Wednesday, 50 kilometers from Islamabad, the ousted prime minister called on his supporters to gather at D-Chowk and not to vacate the square. “Import Government” Announces new elections.

Videos posted on social media by Khan’s PTI (Pakistan Movement for Justice) party show him heading into a convoy of cars, entering Islamabad to cheer from the crowd.

“The people of Pakistan have announced their decision !!” The team said in another video.

While other PTI videos showed some police officers welcoming Khan’s convoy, police also reportedly used batons and tear gas against protesters.

Khan was confident that police would join his work, and according to the Daily Dawn, officers would realize that his convoy was about “Not jihad and politics.” Former Prime Minister called “All Pakistanis” He said to take to the streets, they will be present “Send a message across Pakistan that the nation has rejected this imported government.”


Was the United States involved in the departure of the Prime Minister of Pakistan, as he claimed?

The former cricket star-turned-politician was ousted in a no-confidence vote in early April and replaced with Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) chief Shahbaz Sharif. He is the brother of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who was disqualified on corruption charges.

Khan has just concluded a series of trade deals with Russia. Prior to the vote, he had strongly suggested that forces outside the United States seek to oust him.

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