In the midst of an impending no-confidence motion, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan met with Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday. The two may have addressed the approaching Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) summit in Pakistan, the violence in Balochistan, and the upcoming no-confidence vote against Imran Khan, according to local media.
“The majority of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) officials are waiting for the conclusion of this conference,” according to Capital TV, a Pakistani news channel. “The outcome of this conference will be critical in light of the country’s current political developments.”
Opposition parties have banded together under the umbrella of the Pakistan Democratic Movement to depose Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf administration, accusing it of mishandling of the economy and weak foreign policy. Disagreements between Bajwa and Khan over the choice of the next DG (ISI) haven’t helped Khan’s cause either. The meeting is being interpreted as an attempt by the former cricketer to regain favor with the Pakistan Army, which has remained neutral in the no-confidence vote thus far.
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