Deposed Pakistan leader denounces foreign conspiracy to effect regime change (Pakistan erupts in protest as Khan’s party threatens to resign en masse)

Whatever else one thinks of Khan and his political party, in 2012 local supporters of the Tehreek-e-Insaf sent a large contingent to the march and demonstration against the NATO summit in Chicago in 2012. As there was a contrived “terrorist” panic at the time designed to put a damper on anti-NATO activities, it took a lot of courage for them to do what they did. I met with them and they were as humble as they were informed and dedicated. Their concern was with all victims of NATO.

Pakistan erupts in protest as Khan’s party threatens to resign en masse

Opposition leader Shehbaz Sharif, the younger brother of three-time Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, led the bid to topple Khan. He is widely expected to be named the country’s new prime minister on Monday.

If voted in by parliament, Shehbaz – a long-time rival of Khan – would lead the country until October 2023, when the next election is due to be held. His first tasks will include mending fences with the powerful military and the United States….

Deposed Pakistan leader denounces foreign conspiracy to effect regime change

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