Know Why Pak Army Unhappy With Imran Khan | Bharat Ki Baat

04 Oct 2019 09:51 PM

Know Why Pak Army Unhappy With Imran Khan | Bharat Ki Baat

Updated 04 Oct 2019 09:51 PM

Pakistan's Army chief, Gen Qamar Bajwa's meeting with industry leaders should come as no surprise as the Pakistan Army is a major "corporate entity", but it is also a signal that the army is unhappy with Imran Khan over his handling of the economy and could choose to replace him, say experts.

To reports of Bajwa holding secret meetings with corporate leaders, besides the roundtable he held with business leaders in Rawalpindi on Wednesday, experts said that the Pakistan Army has deep business interests spread across the country, ranging from real estate, to sugar, oil, cement, aviation, and many more.

Asked if he thought it was a signal for a military takeover, former diplomat Vivek Katju told IANS that he did not want to speculate about a coup. "But the Pakistan Army is an economic actor, it is a corporate entity and has enormous business interests, ranging from owning a bank, to a fertiliser company and also in aviation." 

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