The PML-N leader claims that Pakistan’s former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi was the victim of the army’s intervention in less dire circumstances in the past. — Document photograph
Pakistan’s previous state head Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has cautioned that the ongoing monetary and political emergency has every one of the makings of drawing in a tactical takeover, adding that the military mediated in the past in considerably less serious conditions, Day break revealed.
Showing up on ‘Spotlight’, an English news show on First light News, the PML-N pioneer clarified that military regulation generally stayed a chance assuming the framework fizzled or when there was a contention among establishments and the political initiative couldn’t diagram a way forward.
“Pakistan has had numerous significant stretches of military regulation in fundamentally the same as circumstances,” he said. ” Truth be told, I would agree that Pakistan has never seen a [more] extreme financial and political circumstance previously. The military has taken control in circumstances that are much less dire.
Continue reading Abbasi added that the army could step in if tensions within society and institutions grew too much, and he warned of anarchy.