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Home Top News Imran Khan himself backed off from his narrative about a US conspiracy: Kakar

Imran Khan himself backed off from his narrative about a US conspiracy: Kakar

PM stresses need for strengthening capacity of civilian bodies to stop military’s meddling in affairs of the state

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Caretaker Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar has said He told the interviewer that PTI Chairman Imran Khan himself backed off from his narrative about a US conspiracy behind the toppling of his government. Sometimes, politicians adopt such a stance to garner public support, he maintained.

“We will ensure that no external force interferes in Pakistan’s affairs,” he asserted. “For the first time, a prime minister was removed from power through constitutional means.”

Kakar said this in an interview with a Turkish TV channel, TRT. He remarked that civilian institutions have been performing poorly for the last three to four decades.

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And when there is poor governance, he went on to say, the only institution that has the organizational capability is the military.

“Anyone who’s leading the government has to rely on them to do the delivery part,” he stressed while talking about the reasons for the supposed imbalance in the civil-military relationship.

He then suggested that to resolve the issue of the military’s meddling in the affairs of the state, “we need to increase the capacity of civilian institutions”.

The caretaker prime minister also remarked that Pakistani politicians have had a “political marital alliance” with the military “for their own specific interests”.

“They have all sailed together with the same military to attain political power. And once they are out of power, this is the favorite mantra to criticize and shift the onus of their own flaws in terms of governance… as an imbalance between civil-military relationship.”

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