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There was no foreign conspiracy to oust Imran NSC


There was no foreign conspiracy to oust Imran NSC
There was no foreign conspiracy to oust Imran NSC

There was no foreign conspiracy to remove the Imran Khan-led government from power. Pakistan’s National Security Committee (NSC) has reached this conclusion. This was stated in a statement after the committee meeting on Friday. News Dawn.

The NSC discussed the telegram received from the Pakistani embassy in Washington, the statement said. The former Pakistani ambassador to the United States has briefed the committee on the context and content of the telegram he sent.

The NSC is Pakistan’s highest forum for security issues. The new Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif presided over the meeting of the NSC. Former Pakistani Ambassador to the US Asad Majid, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Nadeem Raja, Chief of Army Staff General Kamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi, Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmad Babri and other senior officials were present.

The statement said the NSC had examined the “contents of the telegram” sent by the ambassador. The NSC reiterated the decisions taken at the last meeting. It said the NSC had again been informed by the major security agencies that they had not received any evidence of any conspiracy. There was no foreign conspiracy the meeting reached this decision.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan was ousted on April 9 after losing a no-confidence vote in the National Assembly. He has been campaigning for his government to be ousted through “foreign conspiracies”. The former prime minister cited the “message” sent by Asad Majeed, a former Pakistani ambassador to the United States, as evidence.

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The NSC sat in the meeting for the second time with this telegram. The March meeting decided to send a “strong diplomatic protest” to a country over its “shameless interference in Pakistan’s internal affairs”. However, the name of the country was not mentioned.

However, in the last meeting, the NSC refrained from calling the intervention a conspiracy. However, such an intervention was considered “unacceptable under any circumstances”.

Meanwhile, former foreign minister and PTI vice chairman Shah Mahmud Qureshi claimed that PTI’s position had been strengthened at the NSC meeting on Friday. He told the media that in today’s meeting, the opinion of the meeting held in March has been approved. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.

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