AudioLeaks serious breach of national security, says Imran Khan

KARACHI: Former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan has said that the Audio Leaks were a serious breach of national security. He expressed these thoughts on Twitter here on Monday noon.

Khan wrote: “As PM my secure line at my residence was also bugged.” He said that the party would go to court to ascertain which intelligence agency bugged his private line, hacked it and subsequently leaked it to the media which has globally exposed the confidentiality of Pakistan’s national security.

It is pertinent to mention that several audio leaks said to be those of Khan’s are doing the rounds on social media. He has allegedly discussed the cypher, how to turn it into a foreign conspiracy issue, and horse-trading with his key party members.

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