Why did regime change happen against Nawaz Sharif ?


Why did regime change happen against Nawaz Sharif ?
Why did regime change happen against Nawaz Sharif ?

"Peace talks can never be fruitful until the Kashmir issue is resolved with India."

In February 2019, a few days had passed since India suffered an aerial surgical strike by Pakistan. A few kilometers away from the city, there was a cricket ground. A senior police officer with a military background was also playing this match. The focus of my one-on-one conversation with him during the half-hour of refreshments was on India's response to the surgical strike, and it was not exciting but in a calm tone. Was commenting that

"Peace talks can never be fruitful until the Kashmir issue is resolved with India."

But. "Some of our rulers are not able to read and realize this fact in the way that our army and military leadership decide with maturity".

When the mention of Kashmir and politicians went well, the matter went to Mian Nawaz Sharif's alley. To my question, a senior police officer with a military background said with reference to Nawaz Sharif's mediation period (2013) that although Nawaz Sharif accepted the national policy on Kashmir, he promoted economic and trade relations with India above the Kashmir issue. wanted and in this context, he was also in backdoor contacts with India. He gave an example that Nawaz Sharif's foreign affairs adviser Sartaj Aziz went on a visit to Afghanistan. And after leaving the official meeting, his other engagements for a few hours were kept confidential. However, according to some intelligence reports, this "private engagement" of his was a meeting at the Indian Embassy in Afghanistan with some important Indian officials who had come to Afghanistan from India specially for this meeting and in this meeting, among other things, trade and economic matters. The desire to develop based mutual relations was also reiterated.

  Such "clandestine links" with India were not considered compatible with national policy and the desire for friendly relations with India was among the other reasons for the departure of the power broker during Nawaz Sharif's tenure.

  The former army officer and serving police officer also referred to Indian Prime Minister Modi's surprise participation in Nawaz Sharif's granddaughter's birthday and said that Prime Minister's sources about who came with Modi during this meeting. No need to inform was felt. At the end of the third term of Nawaz Sharif's government, there were also cases of increasing the backdoor plans to develop cordial relations with India apart from the Kashmir issue. The top police officer while referring to India's latest (February 2019) but unsuccessful surgical strike said that India never wants amicable relations with Pakistan.


The details of this four-year-old conversation with a senior police officer with an army-commissioned background have been echoing in my mind since Eid-ul-Fitr 2013 because eminent political analyst Hamid Mir told the retired army chief a few months ago. Regarding General Bajwa, it has been revealed that

General Bajwa has remained keen on cordial relations with India despite the February 2019 Air Surgical Strike. Therefore, General Bajwa started backdoor contacts for India's cease-fire line and Modi's visit to Pakistan.

 And. In two official but off-the-record meetings with a group of media, General Bajwa also tried to set a mindset by referring to Pakistan's weak economy and the weaknesses of its military force, not war with India, but cooperation in an atmosphere of peace. Matters should be promoted.

  Even if this thought of a serving army chief General Bajwa is considered realistic, then...

Why was Nawaz Sharif's desire to promote trade and economic relations with India declared "undesirable" in the third term of the government?

"Who will answer this question!!"

Expecting an answer from the "real rulers" of Pakistan would be equivalent to a "madman's dream".

The real deterioration in the economic conditions of Pakistan started with the Regime change against the third government of Nawaz Sharif, not Imran Khan. It reached its peak after the regime change during the first term of Imran Khan.

Politicians are also responsible for this economic crisis. They. They do not miss any opportunity to become the "real tool" of the "real rulers" of Pakistan to gain power.

...And. The poor people have to pay the price.

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