“There is simply no truth to the accusation,” a White House spokeswoman stated in response to media questioning about the matter.
The US Department of State has previously flatly denied any role in the no-trust motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan, stating that “these claims are false.”
The prime minister named the United States as the country that threatened to depose him on Thursday evening. The US Department of State responded to The New York Times’ inquiry on Thursday, saying that the charges are false.
During a political rally in Islamabad on Sunday, the Prime Minister waved a piece of paper, claiming that it was a letter carrying proof of a foreign plan against him, and that the opposition’s no-trust resolution was also a part of this foreign effort to destabilize his government.
The US State Department flatly denied any role in the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan in response to an enquiry from The News about a ‘threat letter.’
The State Department also stated that the US was keeping a close eye on the situation in Pakistan. “We recognize and support Pakistan’s constitutional process and rule of law,” the State Department spokeswoman said, adding, “We are constantly watching developments in Pakistan.”
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