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2019-08-20T00:32:15.792Z

With tensions over the Kashmir territorial disputes with India, Pakistan's Prime Minister Khan is the head of the army ’s chief of staff ...



Pakistan's tension against India is extended to the top of the army's term of office.

With tensions over the Kashmir sovereignty dispute with India, Pakistan's Prime Minister Khan has decided to extend the term of the Army Chief of Staff, the army leader. It seems that there is an aim to stabilize the administration by leaving the top of the army that is said to have a strong influence on Pakistani politics.

Prime Minister Khan announced a statement on the 19th and decided to extend the term of the Army Chief of Staff of the Bajwa for another three years and stay until 2022.

The reason for this is "the result of considering the local security environment," and the Indian government extended its term of office on the 6th of this month following the abolition of the autonomy of the Kashmir provinces that competed for territorial rights with Pakistan. It was suggested that you judged.

For many years, the military has had a strong influence on politics, such as three military coups since independence in Pakistan, and the chief of staff at the top of the army is said to have strong authority to be said to be preferred over everything. It is.

Mr. Bajwa, who was appointed three years ago, is said to have a certain influence on Prime Minister Khan, who launched the administration last year, and as tensions with India over the Kashmir issue increase, It seems that there is a purpose to stabilize the administration by leaving Mr. Bajuwa.

Source: nhk

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