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Looks like the 1992 World Cup match … Fawad Chowdhury in Imran’s meeting with Bajwa

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Imran Khan’s News: The days of Pakistan’s Imran Khan government are over. Pakistan’s parliament is set to debate a no-confidence motion against Imran Khan on Thursday. Earlier on Wednesday evening, Army Chief Bajwa visited Imran Khan’s house and met him. After the meeting, Imran canceled his address to the nation. Regarding the meeting between Bajwa and Imran, Minister Fawad Chowdhury said, “It looks like a match like the 1992 World Cup. It looks like we can’t win but we will turn the last bet.”

On Wednesday evening, Fawad Chowdhury, a minister in the Pakistani government, told the media that the Imran Khan-led government “recognizes the importance” of the Pakistani military. He also mentioned the meeting between Imran and Army Chief Kamar Javed Bajwa and ISI DG. He said that he had met Imran. But I want to assure you that he did not ask Imran to resign. Imran will not resign under any circumstances.

Fawad Chowdhury added, “The Surat-e-Hal that we have at the moment looks like a 1992 World Cup match. It looks like we are behind but it is not. Now you will see the turn of the match. And last but not least, we will win the battle.”

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It is noteworthy that Fawad Chowdhury’s statement came just hours after Prime Minister Imran Khan met Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and ISI Chief Lieutenant General Nadeem Anjum in Islamabad.

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