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PTI again demands judicial probe after DG ISPR claims no US conspiracy

PTI once again reiterated its stance that their government was removed as part of a "foreign-funded conspiracy", claiming that diplomats were having meetings with the dissident lawmakers.

The PTI has once again asked the Supreme Court to form a judicial commission to conduct a probe into what the party believes was a foreign conspiracy to topple the Imran Khan government.

PTI leaders Asad Umar and Shireen Mazari, in a press conference, revealed that the former Prime Minister Imran Khan will again write a letter too write to Chief Justice Umar At Bandial to constitute a judicial panel and hold a transparent inquiry into the matter.

Pertinent to mention, the press conference comes a day after the DG ISPR again reiterated Pakistan Army’s stance that no foreign conspiracy was hatched against the Imran Khan-led PTI government.

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While talking to a private news channel, the DG ISPR said the first National Security Committee meeting was attended by the top military leadership and the participants were “clearly and in detail briefed by agencies that there is no kind of conspiracy or any evidence of it”.

PTI adamant

As a result, PTI once again reiterated its stance that their government was removed as part of a “foreign-funded conspiracy”, claiming that diplomats were having meetings with the dissident lawmakers.

Referring to the cable that the PTI government claimed to be a “written threat” to Pakistan, Asad Umar said that the facts written in the cable suggested an open threat was being given to Pakistan that it will be isolated if Imran Khan is not removed from power.

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He claimed that whatever he is saying is written in the press releases issued after both the National Security Committee’s (NSC) meetings. He said that “foreign interference” has been clearly stated in the press releases.

“[The] DG ISPR is right in saying that some of the military leadership representatives actually said that they cannot see any evidence of a conspiracy. Most of the civilian leadership said there was a conspiracy,” Asad Umar said.