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Involvement of secret agencies possible in Pakistan’s audio-leak case

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A lot of buzz has been created because of the audio clips of the conversation between various political personalities leaking in Pakistan. A total of 4 audio clips, in which conversations taking place in the PMO can be heard, have come out. These are more than 100 hours long. Former PM Imran Khan is also associated with the leak. An audio clip wherein Khan is talking to the then Secretary General, Azam Khan.

After this, Imran Khan said that the conversation between him and Azam, which took place in the PM’s residence leaking, is a national security breach, and a threat to the nation. After the leak of the audio files, PTI President Imran Khan has asked the current PM of Pakistan, Shehbaz Sharif, to resign, who, in the meantime, has formed a special group for a probe into the matter. As per Shehbaz, this is a serious loophole and if things continue like this, who will even go to the PM house to visit the PM? And people will think 100 times before doing so. Shehbaz added that this is a conspiracy to remove him from office.

As per Political Analyst Imtiaz Gul, the audio leak is in Imran Khan’s favour and it is expected that this leak will benefit Khan politically. Gul mentioned that there is a possibility of the involvement of high-profile secret agencies in the audio file leak from the PMO, and the aim behind the leak is possible to be a warning for political leaders to be in their limits.

Sonakshi Datta
Sonakshi Datta
Journalist who wants to cover the truth which others look the other way from.

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