Imran claims in a Peshawar rally that the PTI's criticism of the army is "constructive"

During his speech at a PTI rally in Peshawar on Tuesday, former Prime Minister Imran Khan explained that his objection to the army was "purposeful and for its betterment," as opposed to remarks that had previously been made by incumbent government leaders — videos of which were shown on a big screen in front of PTI supporters as he tried to make a point.

Referring to his comments at a rally in Faisalabad on Sunday, in which he claimed the PPP and PML-N were opposed to new elections because they wanted to assign an army chief of their choice in Nov save their skin in corruption investigations, the PTI chief stated that he had named for the army chief to be chosen on merit.

Anyone who wishes someone well would always desire selection based on merit. This is the universal principle. How much did I say incorrectly?

I must have also said that Nawaz Sharif and Asif Zardari should not be allowed to choose the country's army chief, he remembered, trying to add that an absconder, as well as shouldn't be given the power to choose the country's armed forces chief.

Imran also mentioned the Dawn Leaks, claiming that they disclosed that the PML-N & Nawaz never supported the army.

He launched broadsides at former Asif Ali Zardari, claiming that the PPP boss had contacted the US to "protect his govt." Will we give these people these prominent roles? Never.

The declaration against the session judge was not intended

The PTI leader also chastised the PML-N for criticizing the judiciary. When I first entered politics 26 years ago, we were the initial ones to advocate for the judiciary. Only one leader was imprisoned by the judiciary & rejected the 2008 election process for them, he explained.

According to Imran, the PTI has always treated with respect the judiciary because it believes in the rule of law. In response to his remarks on additional meetings judge Zeba Chaudhry, the ex-premier stated that he used a harsh tone against her because he witnessed the "custodial torture of Shahbaz Gill."

The government is attempting to turn establishments against the PTI

Imran claimed at the start of his speech that the government was attempting to create misconceptions here between Pakistan Army add the country's "largest party."

This group of looters has realized they will not be able to defeat us. The three stooges understand that they cannot win by playing a game. So they're now attempting to disqualify me. It's sometimes Toshakhana, sometimes the election commission. In court, they proclaimed me to be a terrorist.

Imran went on to accuse the government of hatching "dangerous conspiracies" such as turning the establishments against the PTI to win the match. As the opposition understands that they can’t defeat Imran Khan otherwise.

Imran's remarks about the appointment drew harsh criticism from the governing coalition, as well as a brief note from the Inter-Services Public Relations Department (ISPR).