"Army chief Bajwa was shaking, Qureshi said India will attack if Abhi Nandan is not released" : Pakistan MP Recalls

(img src : m.economictimes.com)

Pakistan army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa's "legs were shaking" as foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi urged to released India pilot wing commander Abhi Nandan Vardaman who was captured after his jet was shot down during a standoff with India in 2019. A country’s lawmaker claimed on Thursday.

“I remember Qureshi was in the meeting in which Imran khan had refused to attend and chief of army general Bajwa came into the room, his legs were shaking and he was perspiring at 9 PM", Pakistan League-N(PML-n) leader Ayaz Sadiq said the in the national assembly. 

Pakistan-based Dunya news further quoted Sadiq as saying that the opposition has supported the government in all issues including abhinandan but will not be able to further support it.

PML-N leader Sadiq was responding to an allegation by the government of his party "colluding" with PM Narendra Modi.

“I try not to make any personal attacks but when those in power refer to us as thieves or “Modi ka yaar” we will have to respond," Sadiq was quoted as saying by Dunya news. 

Sadiq’s remark came at a time when his party is lodged in a vocal slugfest with the county's armed force. BJP president JP nadda tweeted a video of Sadiq's remark in the national assembly to target the Congress party. 

“the shehzada of congress has no belief in India – be it the army, the government, or our people. they should perhaps listen to their most trusted friend Pakistan. hopefully, they will wake up now,” nadda tweeted in Hindi in an apparent dig at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. He added that the Congress party was focused on weakening its own armed force. 

Post a comment