Imran Khan is in touch with President on COAS’s appointment2 min read
Chairman PTI said, “he is a party head and he is in touch with the President in regard to the appointment of COAS.” Ari Alvi will definitely inform him if there would be any illegal move
KARACHI: Former Prime Minister Imran Khan said that he is in touch with President Arif Alvi on the issue of Chief of Army Staff (COAS) appointments.
Talking to a private TV Channel programme, the Chairman Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaaf said, “he is a party head and he is in touch with the President in regard to the appointment of COAS.” President Ari Alvi will definitely inform him (Imran Khan) if there would be any illegal move.”
He said that when Shahbaz Sharif can go to London to consult the appointment of COAS so why Arif Alvi cannot consult about it with me.
Chairman said that we will decide later about the future action plan after the appointment of new Army Chief. He wants appointment of the army chief of merit.
Imran Khan has asked his party leaders, workers and general public to gather in Rawalpindi on November 26 (Saturday) to protest against the incumbent government of Shahbaz Sharif.
According to details, the PTI Chief contacted party leaders to communicate the strategy for their November 26 protest from Lahore to Rawalpindi. The PTI Chief agreed to reach Rawalpindi via helicopter on November 26.
The decision regarding staying in Rawalpindi would be made on the spot. The PTI Chief has ordered MPAs and MNAs to bring workers along with them. Every lawmaker has been instructed to bring at least 2000-3000 workers to the protest.
The PTI Chief also ordered to have foolproof security for the rallies.
According to PTI, Rawalpindi divisions’ provincial ministers would be responsible for hosting the rallies coming from across the country. However, KPK and Punjab leaders have been instructed to keep three-day rations.
The PTI Chief has ordered the party workers to reach Rawalpindi to reach until November 25.