US reiterates stance on PTI’s conspiracy controversy

US reiterates stance on PTI’s conspiracy controversy : WASHINGTON — Washington: The US State Department on Sunday repeated its assertion that there’s no evidence that Washington was part of an attempt to overthrow PTI. PTI government.

The debate resurfaced Sunday when the media reporting that the secretary of PTI abroad Abdullah Riar “has contacted US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Donald Lu and asked him to forget the past and move forward”.

In March, the former prime minister Imran Khan, who was still in office stated that the opposition’s “no-confidence” motion against Imran Khan was the result an “foreign conspiracy” because of his foreign policy and the fact that funds were channeled through the world to discredit the former prime minister.

US reiterates stance on PTI’s conspiracy controversy

Then, PTI leaders told journalists that they had based their claims on a document that the an ex- Pakistani ambassador to Washington was sent to Islamabad on the 7th of March informing the public about the plot. The cable contained details about the Ambassador Asad Majeed Khan’s conversation with Lu Lu in the Pakistan Embassy.

Dawn discovered from diplomats that the discussion that was mentioned in the cable took place during a farewell dinner hosted by the ambassador who is leaving in the ambassador’s farewell lunch. The cable didn’t mention any conspiracy. The ambassador, Mr Lu however did express the Biden administration’s “unhappiness” over the an earlier visit by the former president in Moscow during the time that Russia attacked Ukraine.

Mr Lu also stated that the “unhappy” would last for as long as Imran Khan is in the position of power. In the lengthy discussion during the conversation, Mr Lu also was asked questions regarding the no-confidence motion in opposition to the PTI government, which was everywhere in the news media.

In the event that Dawn reached out to Dawn at the US State Department for comments regarding Mr Riar’s reported contacts with Lu Lu the spokesperson for the department said: “As a standard practice, we do not comment on private diplomatic meetings.”

Regarding Imran Khan’s claims about claims of US involvement in overthrowing him The spokesperson for the US said: “As we have said before, there is no truth to these allegations.”

PTI sources from the US also declined to comment on the alleged contact, while Mr. Riar did not answer calls or respond to messages.

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