Army at one point said it was also fighting the Taliban, but we all know what the Americans discovered. Also, them fighting doesn't negate the possibility that they failed at gathering intelligence around TTP regrouping and thwarting it. It's bullshit to say IK was wholly responsible for the deal with TTP. Heck, the army won't even let him choose his Punjab CM, let alone decide unilaterally on a national security matter.If Pakistan army is fighting against TTP doesn't point out character flaws since it is matter of enemy wanting destruction upon Pakistan and Imran Khan is helping TTP to do so.
Because of Pakistan habitual interference is the reason why Afghanistan doesn't speak Russian anymore and breaking USSR apart freed some portion of Muslim communities.
There is pro and con and the very same Pakistan establishment benefited to the Muslim worlds at the same time.
When Pakistan was being attacked left and right under the leadership of Zardari while Imran khan was championing for the political office of TTP while undermining the intended military operations' proposal by General Kiyani; whilst at the time was declared bankruptcy - somehow stabilized the economy with the emergence partnership General Raheel and Nawaz Sharif and eradicated major portion of terrorism in the short periods of time while left Imran khan utter in disbelief seeing his beloved TTP in scatters.
Not many nations could have done and they have collapsed whereas the collapse of Pakistan was postponed - to the prolonging inevitable at one day.
Bear in mind, one democratic leader couldn't accept the majority support for Mujib ur Rehman which in result broke east Pakistan from Pakistan. And Imran khan is not accepting the fate either which in result an exploding civil war is around the corner. Here is hoping that is somehow sustainable for the sake of stability. At the end, only ALLAAH Alone knows best.
Again, it wasn't just Bhutto who refused to accept fate, the establishment was equally, if not more, responsible. The seeds of hate were sown over decades, when Ayub ruled. This time around I would argue that the establishment is not willing to accept its fate. That people no longer trust it or it's cronies to rule. Unless you do not believe that true democracy is the fate of our country.