My relationship with military 'exceptional says Imran

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has reiterated that his government's relationship with the country's powerful military was 'exceptional and the Opposition's narrative regarding a rift between the two was 'dead and buried', a media report said  Tuesday. In an apparent response to his detractors, Khan told a meeting of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) party spokespersons on Monday that ''civil-military relations are unprecedented these days'', Dawn newspaper reported.

Khan said that the relationship between his government and the military was ''exceptional'' and the Opposition's narrative regarding a rift between them was 'dead and buried', the paper said.
He had shared similar views during a meeting with a journalist last week, according to the paper.

When asked - in the context of rumours of a possible deal between the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and military to send his government packing - whether he felt threatened from any quarters, Khan said he personally was not under any kind of pressure.