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Alvi asks CJP to form judicial commission to investigate ‘foreign conspiracy’

President Arif Alvi on Thursday wrote a letter to the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Umar Ata Bandial requesting the formation of a judicial commission to investigate an alleged expulsion plot to change regime former prime minister Imran Khan.

development comes almost two weeks after the ousted premier wrote a letter to the president and chief justice, a request for the formation of judicial committee, and public case investigation.

The President stated in his letter to the effect that the proposed commission would preferably be chaired by the Chief Justice himself and held in public hearings.

Commission, he added, can thoroughly investigate the allegations of regime change plot to avert political and economic crisis in country and prevent the political powder keg from igniting.

emphasizing the importance of composing the commission, President Alvi said that a serious political crisis was looming in country and great polarization was taking place place in politics, in commemoration of recent events and also among people of Pakistan.

He emphasized that this is a collective duty of all institutions to make every possible effort to prevent harmful consequences for the country and prevent further deterioration.

The President expressed regret fact that random comments were cited out of context, misunderstandings grew, opportunities were missed and confusion prevailed, and with in economy also in crisis, situation on the earth was approaching a political powder keg that could erupt at any moment.

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He pointed out that the Supreme Court in in the past took the initiative to create judicial commissions in has the meaning of national security, integrity, sovereignty and public interest.

President Alvi further stated that there appeared to be a political consensus in country, because, according to press reports, prime minister It was also expressed a desire for creation of a commission.

He said the nation held the Supreme Court in with great respect and expected him to live up to his expectations by adding that the commission should investigate the case on the basis of on technical details of law but in in real spirit of justice.

“Surely it would be great service to our country people of Pakistan deserves clarity on such a thing of national importance.

President Alvi went on to add that in world history, there were many examples of regime change operations through plots that were later confirmed by declassification of top-secret documentation.

He lamented that this happened much later, after fate of these countries were significantly damaged as a result of these illegal interventions.

“Who better than your honor knows what to prove what” smoking gun” was identified in hand of conspirator, or find possible money track or identify meetings where people were motivated to cover, or where people been bought and sold can be a vigorous exercise,” he said.

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“I of the firm opinion that even recorded circumstantial evidence can lead in way to some conclusions based on on technical details of law but in in real spirit of ‘justice”, the president agreed.

The President regretted in Pakistani history, people affirmed and firmly believed in many obvious but unfortunately unproven conspiracies, such as murder of in first prime minister of Pakistan Shahid Liaquat Ali Khan, Agartala conspiracy case, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto case public waving of letter and statement of CONSPIRACY against him, President Zia-ul-Haq’s plane crashed the incident in Abbottabad and many other issues remained unresolved.

In conclusion, the president asked the judicial commission should conduct in-deep and thorough research possible CONSPIRACY for regime change in Pakistan.

Imran Khan, 22nd prime minister of Pakistan, who became first be chief executive officer removed from office after losing the majority in National Assembly.

PTI Imran party who ruled the country for over three plushalf years, was struggling stay in power how his allies betrayed joined Arms with opposition parties that joined strength against in government.

While Pakistan history was spoiled with political instability, no prime minister ever been removed from office through a movement of distrust.


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