An old video of US President Joe Biden explaining the process of regime change in Turkey dated back to 2020 has been making rounds on social media. The video has gained significance after PM Imran Khan has alleged that the USA was behind an orchestrated no-confidence motion to overthrow his government and bring a regime change in Pakistan.
Social media users say the video hold relevance since it is believed that the USA might have planned a regime change in Pakistan on a similar line. In the video, President Biden said that they will not plan to overthrow the government by revolution but by supporting elements that can overpower and control the government of President Erdogan in Turkey. He suggested bringing a change in Turkey through elections and voting. Biden said that he aims to disassociate the influence of President Erdogan from the region.
The opposition parties have challenged the dissolution of the National Assembly by President Arif Alvi on the recommendation of PM Imran Khan. Law experts believe that the government can show this video and other evidence it claims to have to support the application of Article 5 while rejecting the No Confidence Move by Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri.
Old video of @JoeBiden @POTUS from December 2020 which speaks volumes about his mindset. It reinforces the case of conspiracy against the @ImranKhanPTI. This can be exhibited as supporting evidence in the Supreme Court if the court wants to dilate upon the issue of conspiracy. pic.twitter.com/Cm0dAXkNjc
— Muhammad Ahmad Pansota (@Pansota1) April 4, 2022
An international conspiracy
PM Imran Khan has claimed that the US administration made a deliberate effort to topple his government and Pakistan will be forgiven if the premier is removed in case of the success of NCM.
In another video going viral on social media that the US officials discussed how they called foreign officials of Pakistan and urged them to vote against Russia regarding its invasion of Ukraine.
Washington: "I contacted Pakistani DCM to convince him to vote in favour of resolution [against Russia]."
– US Assist Secretary of State Donald Lu told Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. pic.twitter.com/RoGn0f2SB3
— South Asia Index (@SouthAsiaIndex) April 4, 2022
PM Imran Khan in one of his public speeches has said that he will not take any dictation from any western countries and that they do not have the right to interfere in the matter of Pakistan or influence the foreign policy of Pakistan. The premier said he vouches for an independent foreign policy.