ISLAMABAD: PTI Chairman Imran Khan stated on Wednesday that he believed the US cypher should be released to the public and that it was a “wonderful thing” that the government apparently leaked an audio about it.
Imran Khan blamed the new audio leak on Shehbaz Sharif, the prime minister, and others.
“Well done on the leak. In order for everyone to understand how a significant international plot was hatched, I would argue that the cypher should also be made public.
“I haven’t even started playing on it. Now, when they reveal it, [we] will play,” he said.
After many audio leaks of senior government officials, a sound clip of former prime minister Imran Khan discussing the US cypher, which he has often claimed was a “threat” letter to Pakistan, leaked earlier today.
The PTI reacted quickly to defend the discussion that had been leaked, with senior party leader Fawad Chaudhry being the first to do so.
Minutes after the tape appeared, Fawad posted on Twitter, “The fresh leaks simply prove the attempt to hide the US cable from the [then] prime minister [Imran Khan].”
Fawad claimed that this was the first instance of an audio leak from PM House while speaking to the media subsequently.
He declared, “The Supreme Court must take notice and issue inquiries.”
The lawmaker said that when the audio leaks are investigated, the truth would come to light.
According to Fawad, there is no way to guarantee online security because any hacker may do it.
He went on to say that he didn’t believe Indian hackers were responsible for the leaks.
Hammad Azhar said, “Let that sink in.”
In the meanwhile, Imran Khan’s administration was overthrown according to the “same same script as was delivered in the cypher,” according to PTI leader Hammad Azhar.
Let it really take in, he urged.
“I believe the cypher should be made public right away so that Pakistan’s citizens may judge if it was a plot or something more substantial.”
Zulfi Bukhari said, “Audio further reinforces our argument.”
Zulfi Bukhari, who was Imran Khan’s former special assistant for Pakistanis living abroad and human resource development, also joined the league and stated that the leaked recording “further reinforces” the PTI’s position.
The audio, according to him, “absolutely agrees” with the PTI’s story.
“[The] cypher was kept from the PM,” he tweeted.
“The best option was to enter everything spoken in cypher and written by the envoy into bureaucratic records. Excellent work posting this audio, which furthers our case “He composed.
“PM Shehbaz violated,” says Ali Zaidi.
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, according to PTI leader Ali Zaidi, has committed another infraction by allowing “an official of the PM House to disseminate a voice note” that was captured within the PM House.
He demanded that the “foreign-funded regime change” be looked at by the top court.
In a video statement made available by PTI, Zaidi stated, “Investigations into the foreign-funded regime change would expose the ones who truly stole Pakistan, who have hurt Pakistan and who is the foreign agent in our nation.”