Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Demand
Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, the leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), has called for a “immediate” session of parliament to be held on Wednesday and for the letter, which Prime Minister Imran Khan claimed at the PTI’s March 27th 2022 rally contained proof of a “international plot” to overthrow his government, to be made public.
At the meeting, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that he had evidence to support his claims that Pakistan’s foreign policy was being influenced by foreigners, as well as attempts to “change the government in Pakistan” via the use of foreign funds.
“This is done accidentally the vast majority of the time; but, there are occasions in which money is used against us. We’re quite aware of the source of the pressure that’s being applied. Despite the fact that we have been warned in writing, we will not waver in our commitment to our country’s best interests “according to his own words,
PM Imran Statement
According to Abbasi, the statement made by Prime Minister Imran Khan amounted to a threat to Pakistan. He also urged that all diplomatic contacts be severed with the nation that had “threatened Pakistan” via the letter, as well as the removal of the country’s ambassador from Pakistan.
“This is how a sovereign country responds when it feels attacked,” he said.
He further said that two federal ministers had earlier stated that Prime Minister Imran was prepared to deliver the letter to Chief Justice of Pakistan-CJP Umar Ata Bandial for reasons pertaining to Pakistan’s foreign policy, which was confirmed by Abbasi. They were Asad Umar and Fawad Chaudhry, to give them their full names.
In response to the opposition’s “grave concerns” regarding some facts divulged by the premier and his ministers, a full inquiry was demanded and carried out. If the prime minister is speaking the truth, you should act in this manner; if he is not, you should come to parliament and apologise.
“When he (Prime Minister Imran Khan) got threats, he (Abbasi) was inconsolable and grieved publicly,” Abbasi said, referring to the prime minister’s March 27 speech. The person who reassured others that they didn’t need to be anxious seemed to be under a great deal of pressure himself. Is it a vote of no confidence [filed in the National Assembly] against him, his (imminent) dismissal, or something else? We are unable to say for certain. Furthermore, the country’s prime minister claimed to have received threats while waving a piece of paper in the air.“
Threat to Pakistan
This article provided as proof to Abbasi, demonstrating that Pakistan was in danger of being attacked. Abbasi was particularly concerned by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s tears after receiving threats, noting that the threat came from Pakistan’s neighbour in this occasion.
In the event of a national danger, “threats are not targeted to a prime minister,” according to him.
As a result, it was critical that parliament convene quickly the next day and that the letter be made accessible to all members of parliament.
It should be called an in-camera session if this is a sensitive matter, and MPs should be informed of whatever country had dared to threaten Pakistan, Abbasi added.
In our 74-year history, this had never been done before, and he pondered aloud, “Are we so helpless today that a letter is being sent to us?”
As he went on to say, “the entire parliament should take this into consideration.“
He went on to say that the prime minister should do just that the next day, as well as tell the members of parliament who had threatened Pakistan. “On this point, we agree with him. “For the next six days, while he is prime minister, we will stand behind him [on this],” the statement reads.
“Why don’t we have the courage to recognise [that country]?” he said rhetorically.
“Our country has been endangered, and we as a nation must respond as a whole.” In addition to Imran Khan and his two cabinet colleagues, there are a number of other people who are in hot water right now. This threat must be handled since Pakistan has a population of around 230 million people. “Abbasi made a point of it,” he said.
Showing Of Claimed Letter
Abbasi said that if the letter was not shown immediately by the government, “it would be vetted after April 4.” It is true that “newspapers will carry it.“
“To put it another way, if it exists at all, it will be introduced in parliament next week, if not sooner.” The underlying difficulty is that no one knows for certain whether or not the letter is still in existence.”
“And why wasn’t this information made public earlier?” says the author. “Can you explain me why you didn’t tell anybody about it?” Abbasi was interested in learning more about it.
According to the head of the Pakistan People’s Party-Nawaz (PPP-N), there should also be a discussion in parliament about why the letter came to light just before the start of the no-confidence processes against Prime Minister Imran Khan, which are now underway.
Federal Ministers Statement
According to federal ministers Asad Umar and Fawad Chaudry, PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif was involved in the conspiracy detailed in the letter, and Abbasi requested that the two ministers either show proof in court or apologise.
For the simple fact that you haven’t indicted just any Prime Minister; instead, you’ve fingered the guy who was instrumental in transforming Pakistan into an atomic power, as Abbasi pointed out, as the source of the problem.
Advice to PM Imran
When a threat is made, “the government should not put our foreign policy at risk in order to stay in power,” he added, adding that the matter should be brought before the National Security Committee and the House of Representatives for discussion.
If you speak the truth, you will be held responsible as a member of our team as we take on these external threats. It is all up to you. apologise, or distribute the letter to members of parliament “Abbasi also stated this.