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Imran Khan says he Does Not Need Army Help (Rebutting Hashmis Accusations)

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Imran Khan - Javed Hashmi

Imran Khan – Javed Hashmi

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan said that he neither needs nor would approach the army on political issues, read a statement issued by the party.

Refuting the allegations by his party president Javed Hashmi, the PTI chief said in his 18 years of political struggle he has never needed any political crutches.

Claiming that he has always stood by his principles of fighting for real democracy, Imran said that he neither needs to nor would seek army’s help on political issues.

The PTI chief reiterated that throughout the Azadi March he has emphasised that he would never accept any undemocratic action or intervention.

Imran termed Hashmi’s statement about the Chief Justice of Pakistan a figment of his imagination.

“It was unfortunate that Hashmi has chosen to try and malign me in a baseless fashion for his own questionable agenda,” said Imran.

Earlier in an exclusive interview with Javed Chaudhry on Express News on late Monday, Hashmi said Imran Khan asked him not to worry, as a judge would order for re-elections. He added that three member committee was also selected to manage the affairs of the next elections as Imran was sure about midterm elections.

He further said that he wasn’t really sick during the marches when he was admitted into a hospital or when he went back to Multan.

“When he changed his direction and began moving towards the PM House on someone’s else’s direction, I decided not to walk with him any longer,” says Hashmi.

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