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The reaction of the United States to the claims of the alleged foreign conspiracy of former Prime Minister Imran Khan and the new stance that deviated from them came to light. The US State Department said there was never any truth to the allegations about Washington’s role in toppling Imran Khan’s government. “Misinformation” and “propaganda” will not be allowed to hamper Pakistan’s bilateral relations.

“I have nothing new to say about this,” said US State Department spokesman Vedant Patel during a press conference on Wednesday. We have already said that there is no truth in the allegations of America’s role in the downfall of Imran Khan’s government.

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Spokesman Vedant Patel reiterated the commitment to improve Pakistan-US relations and said we support the peaceful maintenance of democratic, constitutional and legal principles. We will not allow propaganda, false and misleading information to hamper bilateral relations with our valued partner, including Pakistan.

Responding to a question about the change in US policy, the US State Department spokesman said the US values ​​its long-standing cooperation with Pakistan and has always viewed a prosperous and democratic Pakistan as important to US interests. no change in politics. America does not prefer a politician of one party to the leader of another political party.

Asked about Imran Khan’s visit to Russia, Vedant Patel said, “I have nothing to respond to the statement of the foreign minister or former prime minister Khan on this matter.”

Regarding the rumors about the PTI leadership meeting with the US ambassador in Islamabad, Vedant Patel said that I have no information about that either. So there is nothing to say about this matter.

It may be recalled that PTI chairman Imran Khan recently gave an interview to the British newspaper Financial Times in which he admitted that he “no longer blames the US.” and that if he returns to power, he will deal with the country “honestly”. relationships

Referring to the alleged conspiracy, Imran Khan said it is over now.

The Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman, while talking about Pakistan-US relations in the past, added that our relationship with the US has been that of master and slave, and that we have been used as a hired gun. But for that I blame our governments more than America.

In April 2022, after being ousted from power by a successful no-confidence motion, the “American conspiracy” narrative emerged from Imran Khan’s claim that an American conspiracy was behind his removal as prime minister. She was driven. Imran Khan had said that America treats Pakistan like “slaves”. He accused Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and the United States of conspiring to remove him, but these claims were rejected by both sides.

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