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adding he was introduced to the others througha friend. “How can a democrat want the military to come in?” Khan said “He has to answer He can’t hide behind ‘democracy in danger’” Pakistan’s military has repeatedly refused to comment on Wednesday’s planned protests Relations between the PML-N party and the military soured earlier this month after a newspaper report about a top-level national security meeting angered the army prompting the removal of one of Sharif’s cabinet ministers blamed for the leak The tense relations as well as the rowing between Sharif and Khan have stirred unease and prompted newspaper editorial warnings that a descent into street chaos could trigger military intervention On Sunday one of Sharif’s closest allies Planning Minister Ahsan Iqbal wrote in the English-language The News newspaper that Khan was “willing to derail democracy for personal gains” The attack adds to long-held suspicions by PML-N supporters that Khan is being used by the military in a power struggle with the civilian government which has ceded control of key policy areas such as relations with India and Afghanistan to the military “I don’t need the army” Khan said “I’m doing what the opposition is supposed to do Expose corruption expose breaking the laws of the land … It doesn’t mean I’m asking the army to come in” SHARIF “MESSED IT UP” Khan said it is corruption not protests that threatens democracy “When you have people coming to power and looting the country they actually weaken the democratic system because people lose faith in democracy and when the army comes in they welcome them with sweets” Khan blamed Sharif for the latest tensions between the government and the military saying Sharif’s allies leaked details of the security meeting to the Dawn newspaper “They messed it up” said Khan “They have humiliated the army they’ve exposed the army they’ve ridiculed the army because of the (Dawn leak) – what have we got to do with it” The Oct 6 Dawn article said top PML-N politicians confronted high-ranking military officials and called for the military not to interfere if civilian authorities tried to arrest members of anti-India militant groups such as Jaish-e-Mohammad and Lashkar-e-Taiba On Friday Khan’s supporters fought running battles with police in the city of Rawalpindi close to Islamabad Scores of PTI party workers have been arrested Khan has accused the police of brutality and urged his supporters to lay low until Wednesday to avoid arrest FEARS OF INSTABILITY Khan’s latest challenge to Sharif’s government is based on leaked documents from the Panama-based Mossack Fonseca law firm that appear to show the prime minister’s daughter and two sons owned offshore holding companies registered in the British Virgin Islands and used them to buy properties in London Sharif’s family denies wrongdoing Holding offshore companies is not illegal in Pakistan but Khan insists the Sharif family money was gained by corruption Khan 64 said in May he used an offshore company himself to legally avoid paying British tax on a London property sale The ruling party has said it would take part in an investigation but has rejected the opposition’s formula focused on Sharif’s family rather than making it broad based Sharif’s own name did not appear in the Panama Papers In 2014 Khan led a months-long occupation that paralysed Islamabad’s government quarter after rejecting Sharif’s decisive election win a year earlier The prospect of similar protests has hit the local stock market stoking fears of political instability just as the sputtering economy was starting to rebound Khan said that unless Sharif agreed to his demands over the Panama Papers investigation there was little the government could do to make him call off Wednesday’s protests However he sought to downplay his party’s calls to “lock down” the city roads and paralyse the capital something that prompted the authorities to ban all public gatherings Khan said his previous rallying cries for supporters to stop the government functioning were not a direct threat but rather a prediction “When you see a million people in Islamabad trust me the city will shut down” said Khan For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Kuala Lumpur | Published: August 7 2016 4:30 pm On June 28 eight people were injured after a hand grenade exploded at an entertainment centre in the suburb of Puchong in Kuala Lumpur (Source: Reuters photo) Top News The Islamic State is using new ways to radicalise Malaysian youths through Internet and encouraging them to carry out jihad as “lone wolves” experts have warned Malaysian IS members are asking their countrymen to fight alongside the dreaded terror group in the wake of its “recognition” of the southern Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf as part of the Islamic State “caliphate” they said “Islamic State is now encouraging its supporters to carry out their own jihad in their country without any need for organisation” Dr Maszlee Malik political analyst at the International Islamic University Malaysia was quoted as saying by Bernama news agency He referred to a chilling 21-minute video uploaded on social media on June 23 calling on Malaysians to join the “Philippines brotherhood” entrusted by IS to lead the “caliphates army” Featured in the video was Malaysian Mohd Rafi Udin also known as Abu Aun al-Malysi who said “sympathisers who could not go to Mindanao should launch their own jihad on Malaysian soil using whatever means at their disposal” In the video Mohd Rafi said “You have a car knock them down You have a weapon or a knife even a small one stab them in the chest Do not be afraid” What was clear from the video said Maszlee was that IS was encouraging a new method of destruction – the lone wolfattack “Lone wolf attacks involve self radicalised individuals who are IS sympathisers They can launch their own attack and consider it a ‘jihad’ This was what happened in Puchong Rafi Udin’s call was a clear indication that he was giving orders to lone wolves It was not an organised well planned attack A few sympathisers answered the call to launch their own attack” he said On June 28 eight people were injured after a hand grenade exploded at an entertainment centre in the suburb of Puchong in Kuala Lumpur Police later confirmed that the blast was the work of two IS supporters Voicing similar concerns geostrategist Prof Azmi Hassan said IS propaganda was a “first class act” that could win people’s sympathy for the group According to Azmi Abu Sayyaf’s oath of allegiance to IS would make it easier for sympathisers to join the terror the news agency said “Instead of travelling to Syria or Iraq they could go to the southern Philippines and fight alongside Abu Sayyaf This was a direct pressure on our country because radicalisation could happen among Malaysians” he warned For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai | Published: July 29 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