Imran Khan News: Shahid Ahmed Khan, art advisor to US President Joe Biden, has given a big statement regarding former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan. He has clearly said that America has nothing to do with Pakistan’s internal politics. PTI chief’s ‘cypher drama’ has made the country a laughing stock across the world.
In a Geo News program, Shahid Ahmed Khan, the advisor to the US President, said that US senators had written a general letter regarding human rights and not to PTI chairman Imran Khan. He further said that Imran Khan’s cipher controversy has made Pakistan a joke across the world.
Pakistan spoils relations – Shahid Ahmed Khan
Biden’s advisor further said that Pakistan remains an important country for America. Rejecting the claims of former Prime Minister Imran Khan, he said that it is not true that America has ignored him because of Pakistan’s relations with China.
Shahid Ahmed Khan further said that if the letter of the US senators was so important, Pakistan would not have received assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). He said that Pakistan spoils relations with those countries and institutions where its interests are connected.
‘IMF is upset with Pakistan’
Shahid Ahmed Khan said that the IMF is not happy with the local leadership of the country. The IMF is also angry that the agreement made during the tenure of the previous government has not been implemented. He said that American diplomats did not even talk to the Pakistani government about this. Not only this, he further claimed that most Pakistanis living in America are not interested in politics there.
Let us tell you that on Saturday, Imran Khan targeted and said that the revival of the ‘Cypher Gate’ controversy is a conspiracy of the ruling parties, so that he should be disqualified from contesting the elections. Khan even said in his statement that by reviving this issue, the ruling parties have hit themselves in the foot.
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