The government has decided to share the ‘threat letter’ regarding the government-overthrow plot with the National Security Committee (NSC).
The alleged letter was also reportedly shown on a teleprompter to federal ministers during a special cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan. The letter will be shared with the National Security Committee by the cabinet.
According to reports, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi will give an in-camera briefing to the Committee on the letter. The letter was described by the cabinet as a conspiracy against Pakistan, and it was suggested that the NSC hold an in-camera session.
Babar Awan, Prime Minister’s Adviser for Parliamentary Affairs, said the government is considering calling an in-camera joint parliament session ahead of the no-confidence motion.
In a briefing to cabinet members, he described the opposition’s mover as a global conspiracy against which he had successfully fought in every difficult situation. According to him, the letter stated that if the vote of no confidence failed, Pakistan would face consequences.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has also entrusted the letter to the heads of national security agencies. The letter expressed deep dissatisfaction with the prime minister’s recent visit to Russia, which took place earlier this month. The letter emphasised future ties and foreign policy as threats to Pakistan’s regime.
Journalists and allies have seen Prime Minister Imran Khan’s threatening letter after the cabinet members were removed. The premier, on the other hand, did not reveal the source of the letter to the journalists.