Imran Khan openly denounces Biden administration for involvement in ‘conspiracy to oust PTI government’


Ousted Prime Minister Imran Khan Monday has publicly denounced the Biden administration for being involved in a “conspiracy of regime change” in Pakistan.

Former prime minister Imran Khan criticized the US on several occasions for supporting the no-confidence motion — which led to his removal on April 10 — and refused to accept the newly elected prime minister, saying “there can be no greater insult to the nation”. However, the Biden administration denied playing a role in the process.

Khan, in a tweet, asked the Biden administration if its involvement in the “conspiracy regime change” had diminished or heightened anti-American sentiment in Pakistan.

“My question for the Biden Administration: By indulging in a regime change conspiracy to remove a democratically elected PM of a country of over 220 mn people to bring in a puppet PM, do you think you have lessened or increased anti-American sentiment in Pakistan?” Imran Khan said.

Representatives of the current government have repeatedly said that Khan blames America for his eviction because he failed to deliver during his term in office, but the chairman of the PTI remains adamant that the United States, in cooperation with the opposition was behind his eviction.

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In a press conference a month ago, the PTI chairman asserted that an official of the Joe Biden administration told Pakistan’s ex-envoy to the US that Khan would have to be ousted through a no-trust motion.

Khan said that even though some people here didn’t know about the “plot,” the London-based PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif, his brother Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, and PPP Co-Chair Asif Ali Zardari were among them.

“They were all part of that conspiracy,” he said.

To step up his anti-government campaign, Khan had asked his supporters in a video statement last week to start preparing for the party’s long march to Islamabad because PTI will not accept the “imported government”.

He added that the PTI would begin the march against the government in Islamabad during the last week of May.

Imran said, “he thought a sea of people would storm Islamabad and send a clear message to the people: From now on, nobody from abroad can force a corrupt government on us. The people of Pakistan will make decisions about Pakistan.”

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