Offer by General Bajwa to PMLN for Government Takeover


In a sensational revelation, it has been claimed by a PMLN senior leader Khawaja Asif that Pakistan’s Army general, reportedly offered the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN), the opportunity to take over the government in April 2019 by removing the then Prime Minister, Imran Khan.

According to Khawaja Asif, General Bajwa must have known when the said offer was made, an army general approached key leaders of PMLN, expressing his concerns about the Khan administration and its potential to destabilize the country. He allegedly proposed a plan for a controlled change of government, which would see PMLN take the reins, thereby sidelining Imran Khan and his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party.

While these allegations have ignited a political storm in Pakistan, it is important to note that they are as yet unverified. The Army, PMLN, and PTI have all yet to officially respond.

This claim, if true, could significantly impact Pakistan’s political landscape, where the military has long been perceived as wielding substantial power. Critics argue that such interference would be a blow to Pakistan’s democratic system and further complicate the country’s political dynamics.

It is anticipated that these revelations will spark a vigorous debate about the role of the military in Pakistan’s politics and its impact on democratic institutions. As of now, the country awaits more clarity on these startling claims.

Stay tuned as we continue to bring you updates on this developing story.


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