PTI celebrates the Army’s Change of Command as Youm e Nijat!
Ironically some weird hashtags are currently trending on Twitter timeline as Nov 29 marks the appointment of Pakistan’s new army chief.
The outgoing COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa handed over the command of the Pakistan Army to his successor General Asim Munir in a ceremony held at the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi on Tuesday.
Here is what PTI, its leaders and supporters are commenting on Twitter with above mentioned hashtags:
We are not ill-informed, we are the future of Pakistan … we don't put our ego above our country. We don't impose imported politicians, we are the guardians of nation's sovereignty and dignity; we will never give up the fight for Haqeeqi Azadi. #یوم_دفع pic.twitter.com/k9CSfq0plT
— PTI (@PTIofficial) November 29, 2022
How many have stuck to this oath that they take? & has anyone held them accountable for violating their oath? Mir Jafars are a reality of our history! But those who ask questions can be abducted, tortured or worse simply for asking! Let's hope it will truly be#یوم_نجات_29_نومبر pic.twitter.com/gzUtJoKyoo
— Shireen Mazari (@ShireenMazari1) November 29, 2022
— Hassaan Niazi (@HniaziISF) November 29, 2022
— Momina Basit (@MominaBasit1) November 29, 2022
Legacy of #Bajwa_Traitor
• 26 FIRs & Murder attempt on IK for telling him that History will remember u as Mir Jafar
• 16 FIRs and Target Killing of Arshad Sharif for exposing the bastard
• 45 FIRs against Azam Swati for saying him that he is Bastard
We will never forget!
— Azhar Mashwani (@MashwaniAzhar) November 29, 2022
You either go down as a hero or live long enough to expose yourself and become a villain.
I hope that lessons are learnt!#یوم_نجات_29_نومبر
— Moiz Ur Rehman (@MoizUrRehman_) November 29, 2022
PTI leader Asad Umar in his tweet said: “Gen Bajwa leaves behind a legacy of political turmoil, a shattered economy and worst of all a fracturing of the relationship of trust between the army and citizens, with his decisions.”
Gen Bajwa leaves behind a legacy of political turmoil, a
shattered economy and worst of all a fracturing of the relationship of trust between the army and citizens, with his decisions.
— Asad Umar (@Asad_Umar) November 29, 2022
Former Deputy Speaker of National Assembly of Pakistan, Provincial President PTI Balochistan, Qasim Suri in a tweet said, “After spending six years as #Pakistan’s most powerful man, Bajwa leaves a country in a significantly weaker position: society is deeply polarized, the economy is on the brink of default and political instability.”
After spending six years as #Pakistan’s most powerful man, Bajwa leaves a country in a significantly weaker position: society is deeply polarized, the economy is on the brink of default and political instability.#یوم_نجات_29_نومبر https://t.co/hJFO8LuCE3
— Qasim Khan Suri (@QasimKhanSuri) November 29, 2022
On the other hand, political pundits of the country claim TTP went from being buried to being reborn under General Bajwa.