Former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Principal Secretary Azam Khan’s written statement under Section 161 has come out.
Azam Khan in his written statement given before the Magistrate said that Chairman PTI prepared a special plan to rescue Cipher against the high command of Pakistan Army for his political purposes and mistrust. Wanted to press for help in the no-confidence while illegal ruling of the Speaker regarding the cipher was given on the instructions of Chairman PTI as Prime Minister.
Azam Khan said in a written statement that Chairman PTI received a copy of the cipher and later said that the copy was lost. The concerned Foreign Secretary received a phone call in which he was told about sending a copy of the cipher to the Prime Minister’s Office. had already been informed.
He said in his written statement that Chairman PTI inspected the document of Cipher on March 9 and gave his opinion on it. When distrust came, he also instructed to connect the cipher with him.
Azam Khan said that the former prime minister asked me for a copy of the cipher and said that I want to read it further, I gave the copy to Chairman PTI and he kept it with him. When I asked for the copy back, I was told that the copy has been moved around.
He has said in a written statement that the former prime minister had instructed the military secretaries and his personal staff to find the copy. wanted.
Azam Khan said that when the cipher was lost, I suggested to contact the Foreign Secretary, who has told about the cipher.
Written statement of Foreign Secretary Asad Majeed
After Azam Khan, Foreign Secretary also joined the list of witnesses against Chairman PTI. He stated that Chairman PTI’s cipher issue has damaged the communication system of Pakistan, it has also affected the reputation of our diplomats and their future diplomacy. Never met nor had a direct or indirect conversation with him.
He said in his statement that I never met or talked with the Prime Minister’s Special Assistant, I invited the Assistant Secretary of the US Department, Donald Lowe, to a lunch meeting at the Pakistan House in Washington on March 7.