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PM Imran is Going To Show Corroborated Conspiracy Letter To Senior Jounalists

Submitting The Conspiracy letter

Prime Minister Imran Khan claimed on Wednesday that he would submit a “Corroborated Conspiracy Letter” he wielded during the PTI’s March 27 power show, supposedly holding evidence of a foreign conspiracy against the government, to prominent media and the party’s followers later today.

He made the comment while addressing a ceremony for the inauguration of the e-passport service in Islamabad.
Submitting The Conspiracy letter To CJP

The announcement also comes a day after the government declared the premier was ready to share the letter with the top justice of Pakistan. At the same time, it had indicated that the letter could not be tabled before parliament due to the “sensitivity” of the issues.
In the PTI’s public meeting in Islamabad on Sunday, the premier had pulled out a piece of paper from his pocket and flashed it before the crowd, saying it was evidence of a “international conspiracy” being planned to topple his government.
“Foreign funding is being employed to modify the government. Money is pouring from outside and those inside the country are being used. Others of them are clueless they are being exploited and others are actively using this money against us,” he had remarked.
During today’s event, the prime minister commented upon the ongoing political crisis in the country, stressing that this was “nothing new” in a parliamentary democracy.
People lose trust in their party,” he remarked, adding that a no-confidence vote was a “democratic” option.
But this is a foreign imported plan and it began when folks from outside started controlling Pakistan through telephone calls. They cannot accept a leadership that works in the people’s favor.
Reiterating his criticism of America’s ‘war on terror’, he added that Pakistan had paid a tremendous price for its collaboration. He said that many were oblivious of the genuine extent of the suffering of persons living in the country’s tribal lands.

We sacrificed our interests for people elsewhere but they never acknowledged it,” he noted.

The PM said he would publish the letter carrying evidence of a foreign conspiracy against the government to leading media and allies.
“The paper that I have, I will deliver it to major media today. We want to protect the nation and can’t discuss the information in public. People assume this is a joke and I have decided to share it with top journalists.”
He claimed that he would also call one member from each associated party to show them the “document and verify that it is accurate”.
“People may choose whatever option they desire to. But beware of the fact that, directly or indirectly, you may become a part of a vast international conspiracy,” he added, adding that the paper will present proof of the same.
PM imran Addressing All Pakistani’s

Separately, Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed said that the prime minister would address the nation later today.
Speaking to the media before a meeting of the federal cabinet, the minister said that an emergency meeting had been held. He claimed that PM Imran would “fight until the last ball”.
“Voting on the no-confidence motion is on April 3 and the PM will address the public in the evening,” he added.
Senator Faisal Javed Khan also validated the news on Twitter, adding that the prime minister was maintaining strong for the sake of the nation.

وزیراعظم عمران خان آج شام قوم سے خطاب کریں گے – انشاء اللہ
وزیراعظم عمران خان اپنی قوم کے لیے ڈٹ کر کھڑے ہیں اور انشاء اللہ فتح پاکستان کی ہے – قتح اس قوم کی ہے فتح کپتان کی ہے –

— Faisal Javed Khan (@FaisalJavedKhan) March 30, 2022

Special Conference on Radio Pakistan

As according Radio Pakistan, a special conference of the federal cabinets led by PM Imran would be conducted in Islamabad today which will also be attended by the presidents of the allied parties.

“The cabinet members and other participants will be brought into confidence about the menacing paper,” the report claimed.

Meanwhile, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry claimed that PM Imran was a “player who will fight to the last ball”.

“You will not receive a resignation,” he added.

Only the ‘threat letter’ may be disclosed to CJP by the prime minister
Ministers of Planning and Development Asad Umar and Information Fawad Chaudhry held a joint press conference on Tuesday to announce that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has approved to the delivery of a letter to Chief Justice of Pakistan Umar Ata Bandial on behalf of the government.
It has been sent to just three to four persons, including Umar, according to the prime minister, who has said that he is willing to send it if necessary to Chief Justice of the Supreme Court due to the latter’s excellent public reputation, he added.
It was only transmitted to two or three cabinet members, according to him, and only to a select number of persons, including the chiefs of the military and civil service.

وزیر اعظم عمران خان آخری بال تک لڑنے والے کھلاڑی ہیں استعفیٰ نہیں ملے گا میدان لگے گا، دوست بھی دیکھیں گے اور دشمن بھی ۔۔۔

— Ch Fawad Hussain (@fawadchaudhry) March 30, 2022

No-Confidence Resolution Against PM Imran

Letter drafted and dated prior to the filing of a no-confidence resolution against the prime minister to the National Assembly was composed and dated. “It is likely that a motion of no confidence would be moved against the prime minister,” the letter said. In response, the minister said that he had read the letter “a number of times.”
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) secretary general, Umar Asif, said that Nawaz Sharif, who was assisting the international establishment from London, was the primary architect of the plot to destabilise the Pakistani government.
After promising the public he would expose the letter to the Chief Justice of Pakistan, when asked why the letter had not been delivered in parliament, the prime minister said that “because to the sensitivity of the document, it cannot be shared with the over 340 members of parliament.”
As a result of the no-confidence vote’s failure, the minister stated that the letter specifically warned of bad repercussions if Prime Minister Imran Khan remained in power.
Umar said that the letter’s focus on Pakistan’s foreign policy made it clear that it was connected to foreign intelligence agencies. As stated by the minister, the PDM’s top leadership was in contact with these foreign forces at the time.
As a result, he projected that, with the exception of a few, almost all of the MNAs who had inadvertently been a part of this “international conspiracy” would withdraw themselves from their respective movements once these “realities” were revealed.

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