Threatening ‘Letter’ received on March 7, reveals PM Imran Khan

Threatening ‘Letter’ received on March 7, reveals PM Imran Khan

Threatening ‘Letter’ received on March 7, reveals PM Imran Khan

Ex-Prime Minister Imran Khan. Image: File


Prime Minister Imran Khan has revealed that the government received the ‘letter’ on March 7 and the next day – March 8 – the no-confidence motion was submitted against him in the National Assembly.

He made this revelation while meeting the government’s spokespersons in Islamabad on Tuesday.

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The participants were briefed about the letter, the current political situation and the no-confidence motion.

Prime Minister Imran said that the government was ready to share the letter with the Chief Justice of Pakistan so that the truth could be revealed.


He further said, “The letter threatens that there would be serious consequences if no-confidence motion failed.”

He maintained that the situation would be much clearer in the days coming.

Khan claimed that the world powers had always been influencing Pakistan in the past for gaining their vested interests.

He told the spokespersons that the government had started contacts with Balochistan Awami Party (BAP), and expressed hope to win over their support again.

Meanwhile, the prime minister has asked the PTI MNAs not to attend the National Assembly session in which voting on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan would be conducted.

Directives have been rendered in a letter issued in Islamabad on Tuesday warning the PTI parliamentarians of legal action if they attended the session and violated the party’s leadership’s instructions.


Earlier, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Senior Vice President Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has demanded the PTI-government to call an in-camera session of the National Assembly and present the ‘letter’ in the house.

He made the demand while addressing a presser in Islamabad on Sunday.

Shahid Khaqan Abbasi further said that the government must make the ‘letter’ public at once so that truth would come before the nation.

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Mr. Abbasi said that the ambassador of the country, which had hurled threats to Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan, must be expelled as this was not a threat to him but it was a threat to Pakistan.

He maintained that all the political parties would support the prime minister if any country had hurled threats on him.


He lamented that the present government had brought the country to this level when foreign countries were intimidating our prime minister by writing a letter.

He asserted that he had talked to a number of former and current ambassadors in this regard but they said that they had never seen and experienced such practice that a foreign country wrote a threatening letter to another country in this way.

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