“Loyal to Khan” former prime minister applauds MNAs for standing against ‘US-initiated regime change’
The former prime minister of Pakistan, on April 14, applauded the MNAs who resigned from the National Assembly in a tweet. It is pertinent to mention that earlier on April 11, Imran Khan had urged his MNAs to resign from the National Assembly. Minutes before the scheduled election of a new prime minister, the MNAs acted on Khan’s advice and sent in their resignations.
Imran Khan, standing firm by his claims of US-backed regime change in his recent speech, also said that this was a forced government change in Pakistan. However, the country’s courts have yet to prove, and the military has said, “The use of word conspiracy was not heard during the National Security Committee meeting.” However, the uncertainty still wanders, and the Pakistanis are left clueless about whether it was a foreign conspiracy to change the government or not.
More: A day later, Khan was voted out, he tendered his resignation as a member of the national assembly.