Islamabad, Aug 30 : The Americans harbour designs of breaking up Pakistan said Senator Nisar A. Memon of the Pakistan Muslim League-Q. Memon, while referring to a research report by Professor Michel Chossudovsky of the Global Research Canada said that the recent regime change would be followed by a deliberate political impasse.
The report also says that the political impasse was part of an evolving US foreign policy agenda which favoured disruption and disarray in the structure of the state.
It also says that more direct forms of US interference, including an expanded US military presence inside Pakistan, would replace the indirect rule by the Pakistani military and intelligence apparatus.
According to Dawn, Memon quoted the report as saying that chaos and anarchy would be created through economic disruption, which would enable International Monetary Fund (IMF) to take Pakistan in its grip.
The report alleged that the ongoing turmoil in Balochistan was part of a strategy to finally separate the province as 'Greater Balochistan' and British intelligence agencies were involved in it.
Memon also claimed that sound institutions like Inter-Services Intelligence would be made inactive and other such organizations would suffer the same fate.
The senator urged the Government to take measures to counter such conspiracies and said the defence or foreign minister should state how the regime would face the challenges.