Since July, I have known about the conspiracy and knew that PMLN was planning to topple my government. That’s why I did not want to change my Army Chief ￼
Imran Khan made his first-ever appearance in a podcast, alongside @talhaahad313, @ganjiswag and @thoughtbehindthings; candid questions were asked regarding the ‘conspiracy’ to topple his government and his views about JKT and Aleem Khan. Subsequently, Khan talked about the allegations and rumours of changing the Army Chief and claimed that his move was misinterpreted.
However, he claimed that he had known about the conspiracy since July, and “Our soldiers were being martyred, so I wanted the intelligence chief, who had served for five years already, to stay as it was the most difficult of times.” At the same time, Khan blamed the opposition for creating rumours about the Army Chief and former DG ISI.
Khan’s claims about the conspiracy since July have raised a few questions; senior journalist Naimat Khan asked, “How did the US threat become a basis for ousting him? Who was exactly conspiring? What’s the relevance of his intention to give extension to Gen Faiz as ISI Chief with this conspiracy?”