Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has announced in a tweet that he will share “uncensored details” about cypher drama controversy on Thursday.
“In their feverish attempts to implicate me in any case just to get me disqualified and jailed, this current assortment of incompetent crooks have again shot themselves in the foot. They have provided me with an opportunity to do a proper exposé of this whole Cypher drama”, Imran Khan tweeted on Wednesday.
“Tomorrow I will share the uncensored details of how this conspiracy unfolded to overthrow a govt which had the best economic performance in the last 17 years and bring these money launderers and crooks into power who have run the country to the ground. I assure you it will be more gripping than any drama on tv,” he wrote.

The remarks come as Khan’s former Principal Secretary, Azam Khan, reportedly made sensational revelations about how the US cypher was used to create a premeditated conspiracy by Imran and his close aides.

Khan refused to believe that Azam Khan had given the statement, calling him an “honest man” and stating that he will believe the charge only if Azam Khan says it himself.


On the other hand, the interior minister, Rana Sanaullah said that “The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman [Imran Khan] tarnished the reputation of state institutions through cypher conspiracy. He should be punished for staging the drama.”