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Information related to the cypher and Arshad Sharif’s passing

Information related to the cypher and Arshad Sharif’s passing

Information related to the cypher and Arshad Sharif's passing

Information related to the cypher and Arshad Sharif’s passing

There should be no doubt on the major events surrounding the killing of renowned journalist Arshad Sharif and cypher, according to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General (DG) Lieutenant General Babar Iftikhar on Thursday.

To clarify the details surrounding the passing of senior journalist Arshad Sharif, DG ISPR Lieutenant General Babar Iftikhar and DG ISI Lieutenant General Nadeem Ahmed Anjum held a joint press conference.

In order to distinguish between fact, fiction, and opinion and provide the truth to everyone, he remarked that it is crucial that this conference be convened at a time when accurate facts are understood.

The press conference has been communicated to PM Shehbaz, according to Lieutenant General Babar Iftikhar.

According to DG ISPR, “institutions and their leadership, including the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), were unfairly vilified and an attempt was made to polarise individuals and institutions.”

According to him, Arshad Sharif became well-known for his investigative reporting, so when the cypher case surfaced, he did multiple programmes on it.

He added that the journalist had also spoken with Imran Khan, who was prime minister at the time, on the subject. It was also stated that Khan had been shown the paper at that time.

There should be no uncertainty on the significant events leading up to the killing of senior journalist Arshad Sharif and Cypher, according to the Army’s spokesman.

The then-prime minister Imran Khan was told by the Chief of Army Staff on March 11, according to the DG ISPR, who also noted that Imran Khan himself had stated that the paper “was not a huge thing.”

But it surprised us when Imran Khan dramatically brandished a piece of paper to the crowd on March 27 during a rally in Islamabad.

The ISI informed the national Security Committee in a “very clear and professional way,” according to Lt. Gen. Babar Iftikhar, that they had not discovered any proof of any sort of conspiracy against the government.

We wanted to present the evidence to the nation, but we left this decision up to the PTI government, he said, adding that “but the then government used this cypher to create a narrative of regime change operation.” He claimed that “no evidence of any kind of conspiracy was found in the investigation of the cypher and that this evidence is part of the record.”

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