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Breaking News: Pakistan’s Prime Minister has dissolved the national assembly after U.S. interference

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Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Imran Khan has dissolved the national assemblies as of 3rd of April 2022 after parliament dismissed the no-confidence vote against him that was to be held in the parliament by the opposition parties on Sunday.

Imran Khan had previously stated in a live national telecast addressing his nation that his government had received a letter of threat to Pakistan if he remains in power, by a foreign country which he later stated to be United States.

There was supposed to be a no-confidence vote on him by the opposition today, which in the light of the letter seems to have been orchestrated by the United States, with internal help, in order to remove Imran Khan from a sovereign country’s democratically elected seat of Prime Minister.

He had already stated in the live televised speech on the 31st of March that he will not accept this no-confidence vote as the entire process is discredited in this light.

Further to this, Khan has alleged the aim of this foreign interference is to bring an American backed government in Pakistan which he has stated is a blatant interference in Pakistan’s domestic policy and affairs by the United States.

White House Spokesperson Kate Bedingfield has replied to the threat letter allegations by Pakistan’s Prime Minister as “there is absolutely no truth to that allegation”. This has been reiterated by State Department’s spokesperson Ned Price as well.

However, Pakistan’s National Security Council (NSC) has authenticated the threat. The NSC is a federal institutional and constitutional body chaired by the sitting Prime Minister of Pakistan, national security advisors and cabinet ministers, who advise on foreign policy matters and national security. This threat being a matter of national security, has also involved Pakistan’s army which is responsible for national security in the country.

Pakistan’s Federal Minister of Human Rights, Dr Shiren Mazari has stated on Saturday that Pakistan was threatened by an official communication channel stating to remove current sitting Prime Minister Imran Khan in order to be forgiven. She further stated that the US has lied in response to this threat letter to Pakistan which they have done so previously as well on a United Nations forum, where they lied about the weapons of mass destruction (WMD) during the Iraq war.

According to a local news Chanel in Pakistan and CNN, the country will be facing new elections in 90 days time after parliament dismissed the no confidence vote.

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  1. – received a letter of threat to Pakistan if he remains in power
    – by a foreign country which he later stated to be United States
    – to bring an American backed government in Pakistan
    – White House Spokesperson Kate Bedingfield replied “there is absolutely no truth to that allegation”
    – However, Pakistan’s National Security Council (NSC) authenticated the threat
    With Pakistan now identifying the sly aggressor as being the USA, we must not forget USA’s similar involvement in El Salvador, Nicaragua, Palestine, Afghanistan, Philippines, Italy, Lebanon, Indonesia, Japan, Palestine, Slovakia, Bolivia, Bosnia, Mongolia, Russia, Bulgaria, Russia, Panama, Jamaica, Chile, Guatemala, Portugal, Dominican Republic, Brazil, Laos, Nepal, Australia and currently Ukraine. There is a nefarious trend.

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