Imran Khan’s government facilitated a “creeping coup” known for suppressing anti-government dissent

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran KhanThe facilitated “creeping coup” is becoming more evident in the eyes of the International as the Pakistani federal government led by Tehreek-e-Insaf “promptly suppresses” anti-government and anti-military dissent, Asia Times reported.
In an article titled “The Military Seeds of Pakistan Discontent”, written by Salman Rafi Sheikh, he mentioned that a “creeping coup” allowed the Pakistani military to control and manipulate the government “without firing a shot or rolling. a tank “.
“The” creeping coup “facilitated by Khan is becoming increasingly evident to international eyes … The Pakistani regime of Khan led by Tehreek-e-Insaf often and promptly suppresses anti-government and anti-military dissent, acting in similar to previous repressive military dictatorships under the guise of democracy, Sheikh wrote.
The author further wrote that former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, now Pakistan Muslim Leauge-Nawaz Supreme, who was ousted in 2017 by the Supreme Court’s bribery verdict of bribery, said that there was a ” alien force “.
The Pakistan Democratic Movement – a coalition of 11 opposition parties – is “now trying to bring down” the PTI government, it is a direct response to what they see as Khan’s “hybrid martial law” regime.
The author further stated that Pakistan’s history shows that electoral democracy usually lasts about a decade before the military regains control.
“Instead, the” creeping coup “comes in. Without firing a shot or rolling a tank, the Pakistani military and the broader security establishment now openly or de facto direct key ministries and departments, giving the forces security power over the nation’s newspaper. daytime administration “, reads further.
The sheikh further said that the Pakistani military, prone to coup and institutionally required to act as the nation’s “guardian”, has restored its political power through appointments to civilian bureaucratic posts, consolidating its former day-to-day administration of the country. .
“It is a phenomenon that critics of the opposition who are now stirring in the streets of the nation call a” creeping coup, “one that sportsman turned politician has gladly facilitated in exchange for the traps of elected power,” he added further.
Imran Khan’s government has faced a massive backlash from the 11-party opposition alliance, where opposition members have labeled it “worse than Covid-19”.
According to a report by Geo News, the vice president of the Pakistani Muslim League (PML-N) Maryam Nawaz in his speech in Minar-i-Pakistan on Sunday he urged supporters to answer the call for a march in Islamabad, while the president of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari formally announced that PDM is now headed to the capital.
President of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari he criticized the Imran Khan government during the sixth demonstration of the Pakistani Democratic Movement (PDM), saying that the country is suffering from the “false, incompetent and illegitimate government”.