What were American officials doing in Pakistan’s Adiala jail?

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By vexwift.com

On November 16th, news began circulating that a delegation of American officials had visited Adiala Jail. This news quickly gained traction on social media, especially since a few days earlier, the President of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi, had mentioned that American and European delegations continued to meet with Prime Minister Imran Khan. The arrival of a foreign delegation at Adiala Jail had a surprising impact, given that Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan is currently incarcerated there.

Imran Khan’s relations with the establishment and the United States are strained, and ongoing discussions suggest that the establishment prefers to see Nawaz Sharif as Prime Minister.

In various surveys,Imran Khan’s popularity is very high than the popularity of all other parties jointly.therefore, it appears that his party might sweep the upcoming elections.

The American delegation’s visit to Adiala Jail has sparked various speculations among Pakistani citizens. A broad understanding is that the United States may be attempting to solidify its relations with the potential future Prime Minister, which were deteriorated in the past.

The Adiala Jail administration, responding to the situation, released a statement saying that the American delegation did not meet with anyone in the jail. Instead, they had come to assess the facilities provided to the Christian community within the jail. Many Pakistani citizens are skeptical about the jail administration’s statement

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