FIA books Imran Khan in lost cypher case

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The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has registered a case against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan over the disappearance of Cypher.

According to sources, a case has been registered in the anti-terrorism wing of the FIA in which PTI Chairman Imran Khan has been nominated.

Sources said dig-level officers posted in the FIA’s anti-terrorism wing are investigating the matter.

On the other hand, the FIA investigated the matter of cypher’s disappearance with the PTI chairman yesterday.

According to sources, members of the Joint Investigation Team questioned Imran Khan in Attock Jail on the disappearance of the cipher.

According to FIA sources, a meeting has been held with the PTI chairman at the office of deputy superintendent jail.

What’s the matter with the cipher?

It may be recalled that PTI Chairman Imran Khan had made a narrative of conspiracy against his government on the basis of the letter or cipher of the Pakistani Ambassador to the UNITED States, in which Imran Khan claimed that America had a hand in the fall of his government.

Apart from this, an audio leak of Imran Khan and his former secretary Azam Khan about the cipher surfaced in which Imran Khan was heard saying, “Now we just have to play, not take the name of America, just play that this date was already on top of it, to which Azam Khan replied that I was thinking that this cipher was Let’s have a meeting upstairs.”

After this, the federal cabinet handed over the investigation of the case to the FIA.

Military spokesman’s denial:

Referring to the cipher, former DG ISPR Lieutenant General Babar Iftikhar said that an attempt was made to make a dramatic statement on the cipher and rumors and fake news were spread, which was aimed at gaining political mileage.