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Imran Khan Has Evidence Of Foreign Financing To Overthrow The Government: Mr. Minister

The no -confidence motion was submitted by the Opposition party on March 8.


After Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan claimed that some people tried to overthrow his government with the help of foreign funds, federal minister Asad Umar claimed that the PM was ready to show a letter to Pakistani Chief Justice (CJP) Umar Ata Bandial to support his claim.

Speaking at a press conference in Islamabad, along with Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry, Planning and Development Minister Umar said he had seen the letter himself, Dawn reported.

“Obviously, it is the highest judicial post in Pakistan, it is a highly respected post in the country. Personally too, the chief justice of the country has a very good reputation. The prime minister said that […]if necessary, and for the satisfaction of the people, he is ready to deliver the letter to the chief justice of the Supreme Court, ”he added.

However, at the same time, the Information Minister said the letter was not sent to the judge with the intention of reviewing the letter. The letter will not be shared with him in the capacity of an SC judge, but as someone who holds a high and respected position in the country, he added.

Umar further said the letter stated that if Imran Khan remained as Prime Minister, it would lead to “terrible consequences”. Moreover, the minister said, the contents of the letter mentioned the removal of PM Imran as a “good outcome”.

He added that the “threats” PM Imran spoke in connection with the letter during his speech on March 27 were “directly related to the no -confidence motion”.

PM Imran Khan had said during his rally, “Attempts are being made through foreign money to change the government in Pakistan. Our people are being used. Mostly unintentionally, but some people are using money to oppose us. We know from where attempts are being made. To pressure us. “We have been threatened in writing but we will not compromise in the national interest.”

After a no -confidence motion against Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan was tabled in the Senate with a total of 161 votes in favor, the proceedings were adjourned until March 31.

The no -confidence motion was tabled by the Opposition party on March 8. The opposition is confident that the motion will be carried out as many PTI MPs have come out openly against PM Imran Khan.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)


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