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Lettergate: Shehbaz asks for the commander-in-chief of the army, master of espionage share ‘certificate of treason

— President PML-N says did not receive a single letter from the president with proposals for interim prime minister

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif demanded of Army Commander and Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) director-general do public “any evidence” of their institutions regarding the “treason” committed by the opposition alliance.

Conversation with journalists outside Supreme Court in Islamabad on Sharif asked for two on Tuesday share “minutes” of meeting of the National Security Committee (KNB) in in which the “secret letter” was discussed.

He claimed that government lied about of meeting attended by the heads of all three services, including other senior officials of in government.

He wondered if General Qamar Javed Bajwa had seen the protocols of meeting. He called for General Bajwa and Lieutenant General Nadeem Anjum issue clarification at the request of the meeting.

He said Pakistani leader Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Fawad Chaudhry and deputy speaker of the outgoing National Assembly announced 192 deputies – of opposition and those who switched to PML-N, “traitors” under Article 5.

“If we are traitors, then bring evidence,” he said. added.

Fastening out by order of the Vice Speaker, the President of the PML-N expressed regret that if the vote on in no-confidence the movement did not take place again, then Pakistan risked turning into a banana republic.

He said that early elections were the work of the opposition. demand, government announced elections in violation of Constitution.

He insisted that both President Arif Alvi and Prime Minister Imran Khan violated the constitution. “Constitution of Pakistan has been trampled on by two leaders,” he said. added.

Meanwhile, Sharif also claimed to have received “no letter” from Alvey regarding the offer of names for appointment of caretaker prime minister.

“As I speak, I have not officially received a single letter from President Alvi,” he said.

On Monday, the Presidential Secretariat shared copies of letters written to Khan and Sharif asking for names for in post of caretaker prime minister.

Dig in prime opposition leader said it was a lie in Khansky nature.

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