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Former British parliamentary invites PM Khan to his talk show

He extended an invitation to Prime Minister Imran Khan following reports of a "foreign funded conspiracy" in Pakistan. In his rally in Islamabad, the prime minister revealed that he had received a letter from a foreign country, and the content of the letter threatened the sovereignty and independent foreign policy of Pakistan.

British politician, writer, and broadcaster, George Galloway, tweeted the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, and invited him to his show. In the tweet, he said,” AHOY Captain Imran Khan, Prime Minister please come on my global 1million strong show MoatsTV (Mother of all Television shows) on SUNDAY evening.” He added that “Many are concerned about what exactly is happening in Pakistan. My D.M.s are open. W’a salaam.” The show airs every Sunday at 7 pm in the evening. In his most recent podcast, the former British parliamentary, which streamed on the 27th of March, debated the Russian invasion and how “President Biden calls for a regime change in Russia.”

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He extended an invitation to Prime Minister Imran Khan following reports of a “foreign funded conspiracy” in Pakistan. In his rally in Islamabad, the prime minister revealed that he had received a letter from a foreign country, and the content of the letter threatened the sovereignty and independent foreign policy of Pakistan. Shortly after, in a national address, the PM revealed that the letter called for a regime change in Pakistan. Although the place of origin of the letter was to be kept a secret, in his national address, it slipped out of the Prime Minister’s mouth that the letter in fact, came from the United States. The White House Spokesperson on Friday rejected the claims as baseless. When a reporter asked the White House spokesperson what the United States had to say about the Prime Minister of Pakistan accusing the United States of working with the opposition to remove him from power, the spokesperson responded by saying, “there is absolutely no truth to that”. 

It is pertinent to mention that the Prime Minister of Pakistan also shared the letter in the National Security Council meeting. After reviewing the letter, it said that a prompt reply needs to be given regarding the letter. Pakistan Foreign Office has also summoned the U.S. Chargé d’affaires to its office, where it is likely to record its protest. Prior to this, the letter was also shared with the concerned civil and military departments. The Prime Minister of Pakistan also hinted at the possibility of sharing this with the Chief Justice of Pakistan. 

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China has also responded to the recent developments and said that “we cannot allow Cold War mentality to be revived, camp confrontation to be repeated in Asia”. It further cautioned against the emergence of “blocs” and an imminent “cold war” in Asia. 

The Prime Minister’s office has not responded to the invitation by the British writer and broadcaster.