Another Audio Leak Emerges, Allegedly Of Imran Discussing Horse Trading In Parliament

On Friday, a further alleged recording of recently departed Prime Minister Imran Khan was leaked, the latest in many leaked information from the Prime Minister's Office, allegedly featuring the PTI chief discussing horse-trading in parliament.

You have a misinterpretation that now the numeric game is finished [...] don't believe this is over, a voice presumed to be Imran's says in the audio recording.

As you can see, 48 hours is a long time. Big things are taking place. I'm attempting to make my own movements that we can't reveal According to Imran. The PTI chief is said to have gone on to say that he is "buying five" lawmakers.

I've sent the message that all five are critical. And tell the others that if they get these five [...] and he gets ten, the game is in our hands. The nation is concerned right now. People all over the world desire that we win in some way.

"Thus, don't fear whether this is correct or not [...] even if they split one, it will make a significant difference," the voice, thought to be Imran's, continues.

The audio clip released last Friday is the third in which the PTI chairman appears. Last week, an audio recording purportedly disclosed a discussion between Imran and then-principal secretary Azam Khan about just the cipher used by Imran, which was shared by Asad Majeed, the then-envoy to the US.

In the video, the former premier reportedly tells Azam to "hype up" the cipher

Leaks expose a gross violation of security at the PM Office

What began as an alleged and slightly embarrassing audio leak appears to have escalated into a full-fledged national security incident, with the release last month of a slew of voice tapes of conversations between key government figures, such as Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz, and some members of the federal cabinet.

The recordings have seemed to be informal discussions in the PM Office rather than recorded phone conversations.

First, a recording of PM Shehbaz trying to discuss with an unidentified official the possibility of enabling the import of Indian machinery for a power project involving Maryam Nawaz Sharif's son-in-law, Raheel, surfaced. and turn it into an international plot to destabilize his government but adds that no country should be named.

A day later, another video emerged, purportedly showcasing PTI leaders Asad Umar and Shah Mahmood Qureshi trying to discuss the "foreign conspiracy" cipher with the defunct premier and ex-principal secretary. It was allegedly an extension of the conversation in the previous recording.

On Friday, PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry did not deny the material of the latest audio clip, but stated that "everybody knows how and where how the audio files are being made."

In a Twitter post, the former minister asked, Will you show NRO 2 to be valid by having to join voices such as these?

A day later, additional recordings regarding former minister of finance Miftah Ismail as well as the defections of PTI legislators from the National Assembly surfaced, which were posted on social media by several PTI leaders.