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U.S trying to overthrow PM Khan’s government: Russian state media

U.S. government is not pleased with Pakistani PM for explicitly criticizing U.S. policies in the region & steering Pakistan away from American influence.

The Russian State-affiliated media Avti on 29th March reported that “There is a ‘regime change’ operation going on in Pakistan.” It added that the “U.S. is actively trying to overthrow Imran Khan led Pakistani government” and that the “U.S. government is not pleased with Pakistani PM for explicitly criticizing U.S. policies in the region & steering Pakistan away from American influence.”

The comments come days after the Pakistani Prime Minister addressing a roaring crowd in the capital, waved a letter that he claimed contained the evidence of a “foregin funded conspiracy.” The PM apprised the public of the threat but did not delve into the details of the letter. Shortly after his address, netizens stormed to Twitter to express their shock, however there were a few who believed it to be a hoax and a political stunt.

Read More: PM Khan might share the “foreign conspiracy” letter with Chief Justice

The skeptics, however, were quickly hushed as just two days after the letter was first revealed to the public, the minister for Information and broadcasting, alongside the minister for planning and development in a press conference, announced that PM Khan was ready to share the letter on “foreign-funded conspiracy” with the Chief Justice of Pakistan, Justice Umar Ata Bandial.

The minister for planning and development added that the idea to share the letter with the Chief Justice comes amidst the rising skepticism and doubts surrounding the authenticity of the letter, with some even questioning whether such a letter even exists. Talking about the decision to share the letter with the Chief Justice, he added that “Obviously, it is the highest office of justice in Pakistan, it is a huge position that has respect in this country. Personally, too, the chief justice has a very good reputation.

The prime minister said that on the nation’s behalf, if necessary, and for the people’s satisfaction, he is ready to present the letter to the chief justice of the Supreme Court,”. The minister further noted that the letter contains content regarding national security and has been shared with the concerned civil and military departments.

Changing dynamics:

Prime Minister Imran Khan addressing a rally in Mailsi, slammed the E.U. ambassadors for their hypocrisy. The heads of 22 diplomatic missions, including those of European Union member states and Japan, publicly released a joint letter on March 1, which sought the pressure Pakistan to support a resolution condemning the Russian attack on Ukraine. PM Khan said, “What do you think of us? Are we your slaves…that whatever you say, we will do?” He further noted that the ambassadors had not written a similar letter to India for its abstention from voting in support of the resolution in the security council.

Read More: Imran Khan slammed E.U. Ambassadors for their letter!

Prior to this, in an interview with Jonathan Swan, when asked whether the government would allow the U.S. to build bases in Pakistan to allow it to carry out operations in Afghanistan, the premiere replied, “Absolutely not”. Many believe that it triggered the downfall of Pak-U.S relations.