PTI YouTubers and journalists take aim at army, agencies after Peshawar mosque attack
Islamabad: PTI supporters and journalists and YouTubers affiliated with the party on Tuesday took aim at the country’s military and intelligence agencies as the nation mourned the death of over 60 people in a suicide bombing inside a mosque in Peshawar.
Several prominent Twitter accounts known for their political affiliation blamed the army and its agencies for the attack and tried to create the impression that Imran Khan could have ended militancy if he had not been removed as prime minister of the country.
A lot of them made sarcastic comments on Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and Army Chief Asim Munir’s pictures from Peshawar.
Most of them appeared to forget that Khan’s party had ruled Khyber Paktunkhwan for almost a decade since 2013.
Imran Khan also advocated for peace with terrorists and presided over the return of hundreds of militants from Afghanistan to settle them in Pakistan.
He openly supported the “victory of Taliban” over the United States in Afghanistan and sent his ISI chief Faiz Hameed to Kabul as the last foreign troops left the country.
Faiz Hameed tried to give the impression that the Taliban’s takeover of the Kabul was in Pakistan’s favor.
The Taliban’s rise in Afghanistan has seen a sharp rise in terrorist attacks in Pakistan.