Never seeks Army/ISI’s help to resolve political issues: Imran

Say he never support martial law and always struggle for strengthening democracy in the country.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chief Imran Khan has dismissed Javed Hashmi’s allegations as baseless.

PTI chief said that he never sought Army’s help to resolve political issues, adding that he always struggled for democracy during his 18 years political career.

Meanwhile, ISPR has also categorically rejected the assertions that Army and ISI were backing PTI/PAT in anyway in the current political standoff. Army is an apolitical institution and has expressed its unequivocal support for democracy at numerous occasions. It is unfortunate that Army is dragged into such controversies.

Earlier, addressing a press conference, PTI President Javed Hashmi said that Imran Khan’s march towards Islamabad was an agenda. “Imran Khan told us, ‘they’ say move forward with Tahirul Qadri”, said Javed Hashmi. “Imran Khan said we cannot move forward without Army”, Hashmi said. “He told us that he has settled all the matters, there will be elections in September”, Hashmi added

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