Former Pak President Alvi Urges Release of Imran Khan Amid Pressing Challenges

President Alvi Urges Release of Imran Khan
President Alvi Urges Release of Imran Khan
President Alvi Urges Release of Imran Khan
President Alvi Urges Release of Imran Khan

Former Pak President Alvi Urges Release of Imran Khan Amid Pressing Challenges

Former Pak President Alvi Urges Release of Imran Khan Amid Pressing Challenges

Former Pak President Alvi Urges Release of Imran Khan Amid Pressing Challenges

Former President Arif Alvi has underscored the urgency of collaborative efforts to address Pakistan’s current challenges. During a press conference in Karachi, Alvi expressed his commitment to national unity, emphasizing the release of imprisoned PTI founder Imran Khan as crucial for achieving this objective. Alvi acknowledged concerns about constitutional mandates during his tenure, inviting opponents to pursue legal avenues for grievances. He defended his decisions, pledging adherence to the constitution and welcoming legal challenges, even under Article 6 (treason). Despite not being a constitutional expert, Alvi asserted reliance on the best available advice in decision-making.

Openness to Scrutiny and Opposition to Corruption

Arif Alvi reiterated his principled stance against corruption, considering it a fundamental commitment throughout his career. He expressed openness to scrutiny and emphasized consistent opposition to corruption. Responding to questions, Alvi mentioned receiving classified information and stressed the importance of respecting oaths related to such information. Condemning the events of May 9, he called for a thorough investigation into the violence, reaffirming unwavering support for Imran Khan as his leader.

Asif Zardari Sworn In as 14th President of Pakistan

This press conference followed the swearing-in of PPP co-chairman Asif Zardari as the 14th President of Pakistan. Zardari secured a historic second term after winning the presidential election, defeating his opponent Mehmood Khan Achakzai. Arif Alvi expressed the need for collective efforts to improve Pakistan’s economic situation, cautioning against over-reliance on the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The evolving political landscape in Pakistan continues to shape the discourse on unity, governance, and economic policies.

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