Pakistan rejects ousted PM Khan’s accusation that U.S. conspired to topple him

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By Asif Shahzad ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistan’s National Security Council, a body of top civil and military leaders, on Friday rejected ousted Prime Minister Imran Khan’s accusations that United States had conspired to topple his government through a parliamentary vote of confidence. Khan, 69, who led the nuclear-armed South Asian country of 220 million people for three and a half years, had accused Washington of backing a conspiracy to remove him. He had said that he visited Moscow against U.S. advice. Washington denies the charge. Asad Majeed, former Pakistan ambassador to the United States…

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