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US again Imran’s nonsense statement of regime change request

United States once upon a time again denied Prime Minister Imran Khan’s allegations that he is seeking regime change in Pakistan by supporting opposition parties no-confidence move against to him.

“Absolutely not truth to statements. How did you hear from me last week, we support peaceful upholding of constitutional democratic principles. This is the case in Pakistan; it’s a thing around world” said State Department spokesman Ned Price. in answering a question at a daily briefing on Tuesday.

Prime Minister Imran says there is a “foreign-funded conspiracy” to overthrow him government across vote of no-confidence proposal put forward by the opposition parties in National Assembly.

Subsequently President Arif Alvi on Sunday dissolved the bottom house of parliament on advice of Prime Minister Imran, hours after the statement of the Vice Speaker of the National Assembly Kasim Suri of no confidence in the opposition move “unconstitutional” and suspended house no vote on This.

“We are not support one political party over one more. We support broader principles, principles of rule of law, of equal justice by law,” said a spokesman. added.

Read also: Prime Minister Imran playing ‘US card’ to build up his support base: former American official

His statement came after Russia accused the United States of intervention in political affairs.

ministry of This was announced by the official representative of the Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova. on tuesday that political development in Pakistan “leaves no doubt” that the US intended to punish the “disobedient” Prime Minister Imran.

This is stated in the statement of the Russian Foreign Ministry. office sharply criticized the US for participation in alleged plot to overthrow the Prime Minister of Pakistan, claiming the opposition was colluding with Western superpower.

Russia blamed US of “shameless interference” in interior affairs of Pakistan for own “selfish purposes”, claiming that Prime Minister Imran’s visit to Moscow on February 23 was the harbinger of the movement of no-confidence brought to the table against to him in National Assembly.

The statement cited the ruling PTI’s assertion that the U.S. Deputy Secretary of State of State for South Asia Donald Lu visits the Ambassador of Pakistan in Washington and subsequently urged Ambassador Assad Majid to “condemn the measured reaction of Pakistani leadership in events in Ukraine” as evidence of US involvement.


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