“We just have to play with cipher:” hackers leak audio call between Imran Khan, Azam Khan
Now, former prime minister Imran Khan came on the Radar of hackers as they leaked an audio call of PTI chief and his principal secretary Azam Khan talking about alleged American cipher, which was previously termed as ‘Foreign Conspiracy’ to oust the then-prime minister Imran Khan.
The audio leak of PTI chief Imran Khan and his then-principal secretary Azam Khan regarding the alleged American cipher has come in light, in which former prime minister can be heard saying, ‘We just have to play with cipher, not to name America, just to play with it.”
To which Azam Khan replied that, “I was thinking to hold a meeting over this cipher.”
In the audio, Azam Khan can be heard saying, ‘Do you remember that at the end the ambassador wrote to demarche, even if no demarche is given, I have an idea how to cover it?”
“Have a meeting between Shah Mahmood and the Foreign Secretary in which Shah Mahmood will read out the letter and whatever he reads out will be changed into a copy,” Azam Khan added.
Earlier, the audio of the secret meeting in the Prime Minister’s House was leaked two days before, after which questions were being raised regarding the security of the PM House.
In the leak audio, PM Shehbaz, Rana Sanaullah, Defence Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif, Sardar Ayaz Sadiq and others can be allegedly heard expressing their opinions over PTI’s resignations. They were also talking about Nawaz Sharif’s permission to accept the resignations.
Earlier, another audio between PM Shehbaz and Maryam Nawaz leaked in which both PML-N vice president was asking for a power plant from India to be imported for her son-in-law.
Alleged Regime Change Operation:
On March 27, Prime Minister Imran Khan in his address to the public gathering in Islamabad had waved a letter and said that a country [allegedly America] was trying to change the regime with the help of money, further calling it a “Foreign Conspiracy”.
On March 28, the then-opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif moved a no-confidence motion against Imran Khan after which the supporters and opponents of the movement were counted.
On April 03, Deputy Speaker National Assembly Qasim Suri, refused to accept a motion to debate the future of Prime Minister Imran Khan, saying “foreign powers” were interfering in the country’s democratic process.
“This no-confidence motion is against the constitution. I rule out this no-confidence motion in accordance with the constitution,” deputy speaker Asad Qaiser said as the session started.
Later, Supreme Court of Pakistan announced its verdict on suo moto notice case on April 3 ruling of Deputy Speaker National Assembly Qasim Suri.
A five-member bench of the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the April 3 ruling of the Deputy Speaker and dissolution of the National Assembly was unconstitutional, after which the Supreme Court restored the National Assembly.
On April 09, PTI Chief Imran Khan ousted by a no-confidence vote in parliament.