Today Meeting Of NSA And PM Imran Statement
An official statement said Pakistan’s National Security Committee (NSC) decided Thursday to issue a “strong demarche” to a country in response to an apparent threat letter purportedly showing evidence of an international conspiracy to depose the PTI-led government. The NSC called the letter “blatant interference in the internal affairs of Pakistan,” and it deemed it to be “blatant interference in the internal affairs of Pakistan.”
The National Security Council-NSC meeting, which is the highest level of collaboration on security issues, was presided over by Prime Minister Imran Khan. The chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee), service chiefs, the national security adviser, and other high-ranking military officials were among those who attended the conference.
In a statement made by the Prime Minister’s Office-PMO, NSA Moeed Yusuf said that a formal meeting between a top foreign official and Pakistan’s ambassador in that country had been reported to the committee by the NSA.
— Prime Minister’s Office, Pakistan (@PakPMO) March 31, 2022
Blatant Interference In Pak Affairs
Members of the committee were “extremely concerned” by the communication, which they characterised as “undiplomatic” in a statement released after the meeting. They also said that they considered it amounted to “blatant interference in Pakistan’s domestic affairs” on the part of the foreign power in question.
Asad Qaisar, the Speaker of the National Assembly, said on Twitter that “the sensitive letter topic may be discussed at a secret meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security if the parliamentary leaders from both the government and opposition sides agree.”
If the Parliamentry leaders from Government and Opposition side agree, the issue of the sensitive letter can be discussed at in camera meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security.
— Asad Qaiser (@AsadQaiserPTI) March 30, 2022
The meddling was declared “unacceptable” regardless of the circumstances.
Vigorous Demarche Over Diplomatic Conditions
According to diplomatic traditions, the committee resolved that Pakistan will issue a vigorous demarche to the nation in question, both in Islamabad and in the country’s capital.”
A closed-door meeting of the federal cabinet was held in Parliament House today, and members endorsed the federal cabinet’s decision to have a private discussion over the letter. According to Minister of Planning and Development Asad Umar, opposition lawmakers were conspicuously missing from the meeting.
After calling a hurriedly called meeting of his cabinet members to review the letter with them, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif left out two of the PTI’s most crucial partners, the MQM-P and the BAP, who had been invited. According to accounts, the letter was shown to the cabinet members on a television screen before they signed it.
P.M. I. also contacted a limited number of television anchors, warning them that they would face severe penalties if Pakistan’s motion of no-confidence failed as a result of the “threats and hubris” included in the letter.
The letter, on the other hand, was never made public owing to the premier’s desire to maintain his privacy.
Immediately following the realisation that the prime minister had lost his parliamentary majority in the NA as a result of the MQM’s decision to support the combined opposition in the no-trust vote against the prime minister, the letter was quickly shared with the cabinet and a few members of the media.
Following the decision of the MQM-P, a key partner of the PTI administration, to split with the government, opposition parties have garnered the support of 177 MNAs, five more than the 172 required to achieve a majority.
On the sidelines of a news conference today, numerous ministers said that the prime minister had not been asked to step down and that he would not wish to do so.
Yousuf Raza Gilani And Word of Threat Letter
Premier Yousuf Raza Gilani used the “threat letter” as evidence of a “foreign plot” to depose him at the Pakistan People’s Party (PTI) public meeting on Sunday, urging outraged PTI members and allies to change their minds and avoid being complicit in a “foreign plan.“
While Prime Minister Imran Khan has chosen to publish the “secret letter” at an in-camera session of the National Assembly or a joint session of parliament, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry, who talked to Dawn yesterday, has not provided a date for such a session.
This afternoon at 4pm, the National Assembly session will reconvene following a three-day hiatus, with discussion on the no-trust resolution scheduled to take place throughout the session. The resolution is set to be voted on on April 3, according to the schedule.
The Conspiracy Letter
During a public meeting of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf-PTI in Islamabad on Sunday, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif claimed that a “international conspiracy” was scheming to bring down his government. Sharif made the charge during a public assembly of the PTI.
“It is being used as a tactic in the effort to depose the incumbent government. People in the country are being exploited in order to get money that originates from outside the country. Some of them are completely unaware that they are being abused, while others are openly working against us with the money they have been given.” According to what he claimed, he had asserted a position.
Letter To CJP
Ministers Asad Umar and Chaudhry stated on Tuesday that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has agreed to send over the letter to Pakistan’s Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial, according to the Prime Minister’s Office.
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.
According to him, just two or three cabinet members were made aware of the existence of the letter.