Pakistan is divided as a result of outgoing army leader Bajwa's departure: Report

Qamar Javed Bajwa is retiring this week from Islamabad, Pakistan . Bajwa is retiring after the countrys economic crisis is aggravated .

Qamar Javed Bajwa is retiring this week from Islamabad, Pakistan, after the country's economic crisis is aggravated, according to Asian Lite International, who says that the army is being in the spotlight of criticism and humiliation since the 1971 war.Bajwa's last address, according to Dr Sakariya Kareem, was released with a confessional note.He admitted that a large part of the public's dissatisfaction with the army was due to its political function.I think the army's involvement in politics is the primary reason, he said, according to Dawn.

According to a Dawn editorial, the Pakistan Army chief, General Qamar Javed Bajwas's farewell speech on Nov. 23 was a virtual admission of the GHQ's attempt to impose Imran Khan as its replacement prime minister in 2018 and an announcement that the army will refrain from such political engineering henceforth, according to the think tank Policy Research Group (POREG).

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