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Pak oppn speaks like Indian propaganda: Imran | India News


ISLAMABAD: Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday compared language used by opposition parties to alleged Indian propaganda aimed at discrediting his country.
“The way the Pakistani political opposition has attacked the Pakistani military, this has never happened before in our history,” he said of speeches and statements by former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and others, in which they held the powerful military establishment responsible. of all the problems in the country.
“Former military dictator General Pervez Musharraf used to be criticized, and it was understandable because he was the president. The criticism that is being made these days, I am sorry to say, is using the language used by the Indian propaganda machine against the Pakistani army. . ”
Considered a pawn in the hands of the military, Khan made the remarks while addressing an event in Chakwal, a martial land that has produced more soldiers and officers than any other part of the country.
In a recent report by the Brussels-based EU DisinfoLab on an alleged Indian disinformation ring operating since 2005 to discredit nations in conflict with Delhi, particularly Pakistan, the prime minister said: “The purpose of this was to present Pakistan in a negative light in front of the world and portray that there is chaos so that nobody invests in the country “.
“The Pakistani military was also targeted. India wants the military to be portrayed as a rogue military and as terrorists,” he said, claiming that bogus sites unearthed in the investigation were also found to be promoting the Pakistan Democratic Movement, a anti governmental alliance of 11 political parties.
Referring to phrases like “selected prime minister, selected prime minister, and selected government” that the opposition was using for him and the government, the prime minister said they were essentially accusing the army of rigging the polls and making sure the government and the prime minister minister made him “selected” rather than elected.
“So you went to the Election Commission, the Supreme Court, the Parliament?” He asked while dismissing the opposition’s claims that the country’s security system played its role in manipulating the 2018 general election.

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