Imran Khan betrayed the constitution, Malik Ahmad Khan


Special Assistant to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and leader of Muslim League (N) Malik Ahmed Khan has said that former Prime Minister Imran Khan betrayed the Constitution of Pakistan.

During a press conference in Islamabad, Malik Ahmed Khan said that Imran Khan told the world a conspiracy and false story on the Cipher issue.

He said that Imran Khan changed the minutes of the meeting through the Principal Secretary, Imran Khan spun the story of foreign conspiracy based on the cipher, now they are saying that his government was not overthrown by America.

He said that the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) is investigating the cipher issue.

Malik Ahmad Khan also said that the cipher handed over to the Deputy Speaker, which was waved in the Assembly, Qasim Suri gave a ruling that it could not be discussed.

He said that you have badly damaged the mutual relations of the two countries, accusing the state authorities of a country of interfering in the affairs of Pakistan.

The Prime Minister’s Special Assistant said that during the period of no-confidence, the political parties supporting him withdrew their support. It was clear that the mistrust against you would succeed.

He said that this is the cipher on the basis of which he sent the summary of dissolution of the assembly to the President Dr. Arif Alvi.

Malik Ahmed Khan said that these are 3 very serious allegations that can spoil the relations of countries, relations with countries can reach a point from which no return is possible, such a serious crime has not been heard or seen in the constitutional history of Pakistan.

He said that such a situation was not created by any political party or politician.

The Special Assistant to the Prime Minister said that he was surprised by the decision of the Lahore High Court. It is written in the constitution that the elections will be held in 90 days, but there is a difference between general elections and by-elections.


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