Political chaos in Pakistan, Martial law can be imposed
According to the reports situations arise in which the only choice left is between anarchy and governance. In this situation the army steps in.
Pakistan is facing a serious economic crisis from the past several months. Meanwhile, the political chaos in the country has increased the problems of the country. In a report, it has been claimed that martial law can be implemented in Pakistan in Upcoming days.
The fear of martial law has been expressed in a report published in Pakistan's weekly news The Friday Times. It states that sometimes situations arise in which the only choice left is between anarchy and governance. In this situation the army steps in. According to the report, Pakistan is moving towards martial law in the next six months or less.
Imran is out of power
According to the analysis done in the report, in 2018 Imran Khan came to Pakistan in the name of honesty and transparency. However, in April 2022 he had to be out of power. The main reason for this was the economic turmoil spread in the state. People struggling with skyrocketing inflation and basic amenities became the reason for a no-confidence motion against him. However, even after the new government came to power, the situation remained the same and the catastrophic floods in Pakistan added to the crisis.
Public support for imran
It has been said in the report that even after being out of power, Imran Khan has the support of the public. This is also evident from the recent Parliament by-elections. Imran Khan's party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) won six of the eight seats, while the PDM won only two seats. It has been said in the report that even after being away from power, Imran Khan has not remained silent. He is continuously fighting, holding rallies and now he has also announced Azadi March.
Growing political chaos
It has been said in the report that on one hand Pakistan is facing economic crisis and on the other hand Imran Khan's more activeness has also increased political chaos in the country. In such a situation, as the economic crisis deepens, Pakistan will become restless. As a result, the situation will be chaotic and the army may have to intervene at any time.