Imran Khan Calls Out Biden Administration On Twitter, Repeats 'Regime Change Conspiracy' Allegation

Imran Khan Calls Out Biden Administration On Twitter, Repeats 'Regime Change Conspiracy' Allegation
Former prime minister Imran Khan, who was deposed after a no-confidence motion, has directly addressed the Biden administration on Twitter, accusing it of involvement in a 'regime change conspiracy' in Pakistan.

Khan, who was voted out of office through Pakistan's first successful vote of no-confidence on April 10th, has repeatedly insisted on the US being the mastermind of a 'foreign conspiracy' to remove his government from power.

This allegation by Khan has been denied by both the US government, as well as by Pakistani military and security agencies, however the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leadership, as well as its supporter base continue to push this allegation.

The former PM has stated that there cannot be any bigger insult to the country than the newly-elected Shehbaz Sharif coming into power as prime minister.

In a tweet, Khan asked the Biden administration whether by indulging in the 'regime change conspiracy', it had lessened or increased the anti-American sentiment in Pakistan.

The tweet read, "My question for the Biden Administration: By indulging in a regime change conspiracy to remove a democratically elected PM of a country of over 220 mn people to bring in a puppet PM, do you think you have lessened or increased anti-American sentiment in Pakistan?"

Khan had alleged that while some people in Pakistan were unaware of the fact, however Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Nawaz Sharif, his brother Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari were all part of the 'conspiracy'.

The existing government however, denies all such claims, instead claiming that the reason why Khan is repeatedly blaming the US for his ouster is because he had failed to deliver during his term as prime minister.