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PM Khan ready to share letter by ‘foreign conspirators’ with CJ: Asad Umar

Planning Minister alleges letter clearly references no-confidence motion

Prime Minister Imran Khan was ready to disclose the letter, that he claimed contains evidence of a “foreign-funded conspiracy” to oust his government in a March 27 rally, with Supreme Court Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial, Federal Minister Asad Umar said on Tuesday.

Addressing a press conference in Islamabad, the planning minister said he had seen the letter himself. He added that the “prime minister is ready … he thought we can share with the chief justice of the Supreme Court”.

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Umar said the letter was dated to have been written before the tabling of the no-confidence motion in the National Assembly.

He said that the matter “is a very concerning thing and it is important because this letter clearly mentions the no-confidence resolution. There is no ambiguity that the no-confidence motion is being talked about.”

Umar further said the letter stated that if Imran Khan remained the prime minister, it would lead to “horrific consequences”.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan first discussed the letter, allegedly written by “foreign conspirators”, in a rally of his party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf on March 27 on Sunday. He alleged that the document contained threats of ‘grave consequences’ if him and his government were not sent home.

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