We the Pakistan Army Spokesperson agree with the US statement

The State Department spokesman said: Our message regarding the conspiracy is very clear. We are not in favor of any party in Pakistan and we are in favor of peaceful democratic principles and human rights.
We the Pakistan Army Spokesperson agree with the US statement


Washington – Our message and statement regarding the conspiracy are very clear. We are not in favor of any party in Pakistan and we are in favor of peaceful democratic principles and human rights. We are the spokespersons of the Pakistan Army. 

State Department spokesman Ned Price said in a statement that the allegations against the United States were baseless. We support serene popularity-based standards and common freedoms.

According to foreign media reports, US State Department spokesman Ned Price said in a news conference that we agree with the statement of the Pakistani military spokesman. We are not in favor of anyone party in Pakistan and we are in favor of peaceful democratic principles and human rights.

It may be recalled that Maj. Gen. Babar Iftikhar, Director General, Public Relations (ISPR), Pakistan Army, had said in a press conference yesterday that there was no word of conspiracy in the NSC statement, only demarcation. Jati. Conspiracy

There are other reasons. In response to a question, the DG ISPR said that military bases were not demanded from the United States at any level. Yes, we have to be careful when it comes to nuclear weapons.

It may be recalled that Prime Minister Imran Khan had waved the letter while addressing a rally in Islamabad on March 27 and said that an attempt was being made to change the government by taking money from outside the country. There is a letter and that is verification.

Later, in another speech, Imran Khan mentioned the country of the letter and mentioned the name of the United States of America. However, later Imran Khan clearly mentioned the name of the United States and in recent days he had also mentioned the name of the American official who was threatening Pakistan.

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