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Imran did not work in the appointment of ISI Chief, Bajwa did not even let him meet the candidates


Imran’s dream of putting his candidate on the chair of ISI Chief could not be fulfilled. Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, defeating his aspirations, made his close friend Nadeem Anjum as ISI Chief.

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The decision of the ongoing internal war between Imran Khan and Qamar Javed Bajwa in Pakistan has come. In this war of supremacy, Imran got a crushing defeat and with this Nadeem Anjum was appointed as ISI Chief.

Imran’s dream of putting his candidate on the chair of ISI Chief could not be fulfilled. Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, defeating his aspirations, made his close friend Nadeem Anjum as ISI Chief.

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After the notification issued by the Pakistani Prime Minister’s Office, now the new Chief of ISI will be Nadeem Anjum. Anjum will assume his post from November 20. He will replace the current Chief Faiz Hameed.

This notification is being considered as a reputation saving exercise by Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. Earlier, Imran Khan wanted to retain the current ISI Chief Faiz Hamid in the post till December. But the army chief had made it clear that Faiz Hameed could be kept in the post till November 15. The army chief had also told Imran Khan that the civilian government should not interfere in the affairs of the army.

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It was also reported that Imran Khan had expressed his desire to meet all the contenders for the post of ISI chief, but the director general of the appointment panel had refused this too. Let us tell you that the Taliban, which captured Kabul in mid-August, announced their interim government in the country on 7 September. The announcement of the government came only after Faiz Hameed’s visit to Kabul. It has also been said that Mulla Abdul Ghani Baradar was ‘demotion’ in the interim government due to pressure given by the ISI. Baradar has been the head of the Taliban’s Doha team and is now the deputy prime minister in the interim government.

The Taliban’s Doha team believed that the government needed to be made more inclusive so that the radical organization would get more recognition in the international fraternity. The team was also in favor of including former President Hamid Karzai and CEO Abdullah Abdullah. This team from the Haqqani faction also wanted to get Anas Haqqani included in the government.

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