Will Taliban Khan be Pakistan's first elected PM to leave office peacefully?

Will he?

  • No he will be overthrown by other politicians

    Votes: 1 25.0%
  • No he will be overthrown by the military

    Votes: 1 25.0%
  • No he will be overthrown by Muslim non state actors/ terrorists

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Yes he will be the first PM in Pakistan's history to

    Votes: 2 50.0%

  • Total voters
    4

BoseRaoModi

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IMHO Taliban Khan was elected for two reasons

1: Pakistan was near destitute. They would never have had secured loans to save themselves with a sh!tty insider like nawaz who was no different than their thieving military to get funding from the IMF or even the Arabs. They need a populist leader who could give the illusion of stability that would lead to profit on investments... (Of course Pakistan is a black hole of investments.)

2 Modi's win showed the silent majority of the middle class and lower classes could actually converge and bring about a change for the better for a country in south Asia over the traditional vested interests of regionalism, castes and religion Pakistan is used to and the rest of south Asia was used to.

If the pakilandjabis aka Pakistani army didn't give the average pakistani the false illusion that Taliban khan was an independent strong person the younger generation would have revolted and joined up for their only other option, islamic terrorist organizations.

I think taliban khan is nothing but a mouthpiece and after the loans are secured the Pakistani armed forces will further silence him ..if he fights back he will not have a full term by if he helps the Pakistani army further steal and kill Pakistanis for material gain he will be fine.
 

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