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Statements of US Defense analyst on ouster of Imran Khan stir debate

The video clip has gone viral on social media on Monday morning. It has once again opened the debate around if it was a ‘conspiracy or interference’ by the USA to remove Imran Khan from office.

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A new video clip of US National Security and Defense analyst Dr Rebbeca Grant on the ouster of Imran Khan has caused a storm on Pakistan’s social media.

Analyst Grant on Fox News was discussing the ouster of former Prime Minister Imran Khan. She was asked about the message she would give to Pakistan which is a nuclear power and has a big army.

In her response, she said Pakistan needs to support Ukraine. They would also need to end all their agreements with Russia and also should stop seeking any future deals with Russia. Rebecca Grant said that Pakistan needs to limit its involvement with China.

She said that Pakistan also needs to end anti-US policies which are part of the reasons Imran Khan had been voted out of the prime minister’s office a few weeks ago. Hence it’s time that Pakistan should end anti-USA policies and end its dealings with Russia.

Read more: Foreign Affairs of Russia tags Imran Khan, celebrates diplomatic relations

The video clip has gone viral on social media on Monday morning. It has once again opened the debate around if it was a ‘conspiracy or interference’ by the USA to remove Imran Khan from office. Social media users believe that the statements of US analyst Rebecca Grant have once again given credibility to the claims of Imran Khan that a well-organized foreign-backed conspiracy was hatched to topple the government.

DG ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar had claimed that the word “conspiracy” was not used in the statement issued after the National Security Committee (NSC) meeting last month. The NSC letter, however, calls it a blatant interference in the matters of Pakistan.

The statement of DG ISPR has ignited an intense debate on social media. In another news, the Foreign Ministry of Russia tagged Imran Khan and former foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi in its tweet celebrating the 74 years of diplomatic relations with Pakistan.