PM Imran Khan exhibited supposed “proof” of a foreign conspiracy against his government at the Pakistan People’s Party’s (PTI) power show on March 27. A small group of notable journalists were granted access to the evidence this week.
Several journalists, including Arshad Sharif, Kashif Abbasi, and Imran Riaz Khan, listened as the letter was read out to them by a publicist.
Speaking in an interview with ARY News Channel, Sharif said that “Asad Umar shared certain information with the group. They exhibited the letter by projecting it from a distance. Everyone who needs to know about Pakistan’s no-confidence vote has been informed since March 7; in particular, [whoever the letter was addressed to] has been informed that if the vote of no confidence is successful, it will lessen Pakistan’s international problems, but that if Prime Minister Imran Khan survives the no-confidence vote, Pakistan will be twisted around in an unsavoury direction
The federal cabinet convened this morning to discuss the brazen threats that have been made in recent days.”
According to my sources, when the contents of this letter were read aloud during a federal cabinet meeting, ministers were allegedly moved to tears by what they had heard. The name of the nation, as well as the identities of the officials, have not been divulged. According to him, these specifics have been sent to both the army commander and the head of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). He went on to say that Shah Mahmood Qureshi will offer a briefing to legislators in a private session. Aside from that, the parliament will be consulted as well.
Sama News Reporter Statement
According to Imran Riaz Khan, who spoke to Samaa News, just “the material” was made public, verifying Sharif’s claim that he had been informed on the matter prior to its release. During the cabinet meeting, they also demonstrated their new technology. The military’s highest-ranking officers are all well aware of the situation. All of the information was released to the media today via a representative who talked in a number of different languages.
Officials from Pakistan and other nations communicated with us through letter, which they shared with us when they were finished. That country, in my view, is the United States of America, although the government did not specify which one it was. The meeting’s date and location were the only details that were given. Europe and the United States, they said, “were unimpressed with the country’s policy toward Russia and Ukraine.“
In the words of Kashif Abbasi, a participant in the discussion, just the gist of the letter was made accessible to the press. According to him, Pakistan’s policies were categorically defined as “unhappy” in the correspondence.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to the United States “was openly underlined and said to be the prime minister’s own decision,” he continued, citing a letter in which it was stated that “we will forgive anything” if the no-confidence vote were to be successful.
The prime minister’s name was brought up many times, as was the potential of a no-confidence vote in him. Furthermore, he said that “we were instructed that the letter could not be presented to anybody in person because of the Official Secrets Act.” This made problems worse, he added.
Earlier Statement Of PM Imran
In an earlier statement, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan announced that he will expose the contents of the letter to the country’s main media outlets and political supporters.
He made the remark during a ceremony in Islamabad to mark the launch of the e-passport service.
Decision Of Joining Opposition By MQM-P
Following the revelation that the MQM-P has decided to join the unified opposition in a no-confidence motion against the prime minister, the PTI government was forced to concede its majority in Pakistan’s National Assembly only a few hours later.
A piece of paper from his pocket was produced and flashed in front of the crowd at the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf public gathering on Sunday, with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif claiming it was evidence of a “international conspiracy” to bring down his government.
In order to change the government, foreign financing is being used.” People in the country are being used for the advantage of those who are bringing in the money from outside. His allegations included both incidental and deliberate misappropriation of money by persons who should have known better, according to him.
ISL Supreme Court Guaranteed For PM Imran
The “guaranteed” Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan will not violate his oath of office by revealing official secrets.
An appeal attempting to ban Prime Minister Imran Khan and his government from disclosing any confidential or private information was dismissed today by Pakistan’s Supreme Court.
According to the Indian High Court’s written order, the following portion of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s oath, taken in accordance with Article 91(5) of the Constitution, was reproduced: “And that I will not, except as may be required for the proper discharge of my duties as Prime Minister, communicate or reveal to anyone, directly or indirectly, any matter that comes under my consideration or becomes known to me as Prime Minister.”
Supreme Court Assurance And Pm Imran Statement
As the judge said in his judgement, “the court is persuaded that as an elected prime minister, Imran Khan would neither reveal any information nor act in defiance of Section 5 of the Official Secrets Act, 1923, nor the oath signed by him under the Constitution.”
According to the Chief Judge of the International Court of Justice (IHC), “a lack of trust in an elected prime minister would be unacceptable.” Restraining orders were not issued.
Imran Khan alleges that he is the target of an international conspiracy against his life.
A ceremony in Islamabad earlier today saw Pakistan’s prime minister address the nation’s present political instability, stating that it was “nothing new” in a parliamentary democracy of the kind that the country had.
Despite the fact that the motion of no confidence is “democratic,” people lose trust in their political party, he said.
“In most cases, it seems to be a global conspiracy that got its start when persons in other countries started utilising cellphones to exert influence over Pakistani officials. Individuals like this will not tolerate a government that is responsive to the demands of the people they live among.”
The country, he maintained, has paid a tremendous price for its participation in the so-called “war on terror.” Others, he said, were unaware of the large number of individuals who were suffering in tribal areas.
However, he added that “they were not appreciative of the sacrifices we had to make for them.”
High-ranking journalists and allies were told that the letter with evidence of a foreign conspiracy against the government would be made public by the premier.
“Today, I’ll be presenting the information I’ve gathered to a group of well-known journalists. We are unable to make these details public due to concerns about national security. There are a lot of individuals who feel this is a joke, so I’ve decided to send it around to some of the top writers in the business.“
As part of his investigation, he stated he would call one member of each affiliated party to show them the document and prove that it was real.
“Individuals are given the opportunity to make their own decisions. It is possible, though, that you may be lured into a large international conspiracy, either directly or indirectly, and you should exercise caution in this regard.” And he went on to suggest that the document will serve as proof of his claim.
PM Imran Khan Address To Nation has been Postponed
The prime minister’s address to the nation has been postponed till further notice.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will deliver a speech to the country later in the day, according to an announcement made earlier in the day by Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed.
Prior to a cabinet meeting, the minister informed the media that an emergency meeting had been called to address the situation on the ground. PM Imran, he said, would “fight till the last ball” in the election.
As he mentioned in an interview, the no-confidence motion will be put to the people of the Pakistan on April 3rd, and the Prime Minister will address the nation that evening.
Senator Faisal Javed Khan, on the other hand, tweeted shortly afterward to say that the speech had been postponed.
وزیراعظم عمران خان کا آج قوم سے خطاب موخر ہو گیا ہے-
PM Imran Will Show Corroborated Foreign Consipracy Letter To CJP On Behalf Of Assurance
Ministers of Planning and Development Asad Umar and Information Fawad Chaudhry held a joint news conference on Tuesday to announce that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has consented to deliver the letter to Pakistan’s Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial.
Even if there are any unanswered issues, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that he is prepared to hand up the letter, which he says has only been viewed by three to four persons, to Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, who has a good reputation.
According to him, just two or three cabinet members were made aware of the existence of the letter.
This letter had been composed and post-dated prior to the opposition casting a vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Indian Parliament. “It is likely that a motion of no confidence would be moved against the prime minister,” the letter said. The Minister said that he had read the letter several times personally before.
Statement Of Asad Umar
Umar, the secretary general of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), claimed that Nawaz Sharif, who was assisting the foreign establishment from London, was the mastermind behind this plot against the government, and that the top leadership of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) may also have been complicit.
According to him, the letter couldn’t be shared with the more than 340 members of parliament because of its sensitive nature, but in order to appease the public, “the prime minister has consented to reveal it to the most trusted person with a good reputation, the Chief Justice of the Philippines,” he continued.
He referred to the letter as a threat and stressed that if the no-confidence vote failed and Prime Minister Imran Khan remained in office, there would be undesirable implications for the nation. He did not elaborate.
Because the letter purportedly dealt with Pakistan’s foreign policy, Umar said that foreign forces were engaged in the incident. As stated by the minister, the PDM’s top leadership was in contact with these foreign forces at the time.
He said that, with the exception of a small number of MNAs who had unintentionally been a part of this “international conspiracy,” almost all of the MNAs would distance themselves from the motion.
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