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Ex-ISI chief supports PTI

Supporting Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan is need of the hour, says Lt-Gen (retd) Zaheerul Islam

By News Desk
June 27, 2022
Ex-ISI chief supports PTI

ISLAMABAD: Lt-Gen (retd) Zaheerul Islam, former director-general (DG) Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Sunday said supporting former premier and Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan was need of the hour.

He held a ceremony for Shabbir Awan, who is contesting by-election from PP-7 (Rawalpindi) as the PTI candidate, at his native town in Kahota area Sunday. The former ISI chief not only announced support to the PTI candidate but also promised running his election campaign.

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    SAIFUDDIN commented a month ago

    EVERY PATRIOTIC CITIZEN MUST SUPPORT THE GIANT

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    Amir Hamza commented a month ago

    It's very ENCOURAGING that Ex-DG ISI has joined the convoy of PTI. Such type of Expertise is the need of PTI to cope with the current circumstances. we hope this addition will Reduce the Intensity of Neutrals and their tactics to stop Khan from becoming PM again.

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    Usman commented a month ago

    Just one question. Does protocol allow him to do that?

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      farrukh commented a month ago

      He is a civilian and certainly do politics.

      Asif commented a month ago

      Yes. Two years after retirement a serviceman can go political.

      Khalid jameel commented a month ago

      What kind of protocol that you are talking about?

      Khalid jameel commented a month ago

      What kind of protocol? That you are talking about

    Dr Sohail Ahmed commented a month ago

    Finally, patriotic service personnel are coming out in droves to support IK against this coterie of corrupt dynastic ruling class that has destroyed every aspect of governance in Pakistan who has looted it with impunity

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      Muhammad Munzir commented a month ago

      Absolutely right...

    Farhan commented a month ago

    Excelente Sir

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