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Imran Khan declassifies secret letter to Pak President, Chief Justice after Cabinet name

In a key vogue after Imran Khan’s ouster as Prime Minister of Pakistan, the “secret letter” that the ex-PM alleged used to be sent to Pakistan President Arif Alvi and Chief Justice of the Pakistan Supreme Court docket, Umar Ata Bandial. The letter used to be bought by the President’s Dwelling and the Chief Justice’s dwelling early on Sunday morning.

It used to be decided in Saturday’s cupboard assembly that Imran Khan must declassify the “secret letter” for chosen contributors, including the President of Pakistan, the Chief Justice of Pakistan, the Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the Nationwide Meeting. 

The declassification of the “secret letter” by Imran Khan is to to confirm the next govt doesn’t hush up the topic by asserting that there is nothing within the letter. Imran Khan will in all probability cash in on the “secret letter” for the length of elections finally, to put his narrative against the Opposition.

Imran Khan alleges ‘chance letter’ 

Brandishing a ‘secret letter’ sent by extinct Pakistan ambassador to the US, Asad Majeed, Imran Khan has claimed that a international nation used to be ‘sad’ with Pakistan’s insurance policies and his outing to Russia on the onset of the Ukraine war. A that you just might perchance presumably well presumably believe regime change and a no-belief movement that Imran Khan faced had been also mentioned within the alleged letter, sources revealed.

In his are residing address to the nation, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan also named the US because the nation in put a query to over a ‘chance letter’. On the opposite hand, he quickly backtracked and mentioned the sender as ‘a international nation’ which used to be against Pakistan.

“On March 8 we bought a message from The US… I suggest a international nation… That message is against our nation. They knew beforehand there used to be a no-self belief movement coming,” Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan mentioned.

It’s pertinent to order that the Pakistan Military has already denied allegations referring to the important thing chance letter and mentioned that there used to be no proof of Imran Khan’s bid. Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz has also termed Khan’s letter as a ‘drama’. She mentioned, “The letter used to be a drama.” 

Nawaz’s feedback ensue PM Khan’s bid of allegedly receiving a “chance letter” from a US diplomat on March 31. He claimed that the message came from US Assistant Secretary of Deliver for the South, Donald Lu. Notably, Lu used to be on a outing to India when Khan made such allegations. 

Imran Khan loses no-belief vote

The Pakistan Nationwide Meeting handed the no-self belief movement against Imran Khan within the wee hours of Sunday. The session conducted by Speaker Ayaz Sadiq, after extinct Speaker Asad Qaiser’s resignation, urged those in favour of the movement to pass to the lobby on the left aspect to solid their vote.

As per the speaker, 174 MNAs recorded their vote in favour of the movement and against Imran Khan within the Meeting. The majority ticket required within the 342-member assembly used to be 172. With this, the movement used to be handed. The Pakistan Parliament will elect its new leader on April 11.

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