In this article we are going to tell you about a recent case that is going viral on the internet. Former Pakistan Army chief General Bajwa clashed with an Afghan in France. This news is trending on all social media platforms. General Bajwa served as the Pakistan Army Chief of Staff from November 2016 to November 2022. His full name is General Qamar Javed Bajwa. He served in the army during his tenure as head of the army. At that time, the Taliban regained a lot of power after overthrowing the civilian government of then-President Ashraf Ghani in August 2021. Kistan’s former army chief, General Bajwa, was heckled by an Afghan civilian during the time of his family trip to France.
Video of Qamar Javed Bajwa
There is a video on the internet that is going viral on all social media platforms. As we have seen in the video, a man who speaks Pasho has been seen in the video. He was abusing Bajwa in the video. He called Bajwa a murderer and accused him of helping the Taliban loot Afghanistan. From November 2016 to November 2022, Bajwa oversaw the Pakistan Armed Forces as Chief of Staff. After overthrowing the civilian government of President Ashraf Ghani in August 2021, the Taliban returned to power during his tenure as army chief. General Faiz Hameed, Pakistan’s ISI chief at the time, arrived in Kabul just weeks after the Taliban retook power.
Bajwa was accused of violating human rights in Afghanistan by a civilian. The guy stated: “Bajwa has been fighting jihad in Afghanistan for the last 40 years. Bajwa can be seen in the footage of him with his wife sitting on the sidewalk. In addition to threatening to contact the police, Bajwa tried to stop the guy from recording a video. Hibba Ali, a Pakistani, commented that the video was a stark reminder that accountability knows no borders in response to boos from the Afghan. “Watching images of former Pakistani army chief General (R) Qamar Javed Bajwa taking public ire in France serves as a sobering reminder that accountability knows no borders.
Images of former Pakistani army chief General (R) Qamar Javed Bajwa receiving public criticism in France serve as a sobering reminder that accountability knows no borders. It is essential that leaders listen to what their followers have to say. There has been resentment among some Afghans who feel the Pakistani military helped the Taliban take control of the nation. Imran Khan, who was Pakistan’s prime minister at the time, praised the Taliban for removing the “shackles of slavery” in Afghanistan just one day after they took power. So, this was all about this case. He therefore, stay tuned for PKB news.