People again rejected Imran’s conspiracy claims: Bilawal Bhutto  

Says ex-PM undermining democratic transfer of power

By: News Desk
Published: 11:15 PM, 26 May, 2022
People again rejected Imran’s conspiracy claims: Bilawal Bhutto  
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Foreign Minister Imran Khan has said the people have again rejected ex-premier Imran Khan's claims of a US-backed plot to topple his government through a no-confidence motion.

Imran Khan is trying to arouse anti-American sentiments, Bilawal Bhutto, said in an interview with a UK news agency.

Imran Khan is undermining the democratic transfer of power, Bilawal Bhutto said adding that the end of Imran's government was a milestone for Pakistani democracy.

He said Pakistan has a history of ousting prime ministers in undemocratic ways and one of the PPP prime ministers was removed from office and another hanged. “My focus is on coping with foreign policy challenges,” he added. 

In an interview with CNN last week when he was in the US in connection with the Global Food Security Call to Action meeting in New York. 

 Bilawal Bhutto reiterated Pakistan’s resolve to play an active part in global efforts to bring in betterment. He called for engagement with the Afghan government in wake of the looming humanitarian crisis in the war-torn country.

He underscored the importance of preventing an economic collapse in Afghanistan which could have disastrous implications for the people of Afghanistan.

The FM said the international community should focus on dealing with humanitarian crises instead of the blame game. He said abandoning the people of Afghanistan will not be beneficial for the world community.

Regarding regional peace, he stressed fighting extremism is his life's work and he has focused on spreading a peaceful and progressing message of Islam. He raised Kashmir and Palestine’s issues with UN reps in a meeting on the sideline of the moot.