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The IHC expects the prime minister will not content of “threatening letter” public


Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Wednesday expressed confidence that Prime Minister Imran Khan elected representative would not content of the letter announced by the prime minister in March 27 public collection was proof of “foreign powers” behind there is no oppositionconfidence move force him out government – public.

This was stated by the chief judge of the IHC Athar Minallah. in the court order he hoped for prime minister “will not disclose any information or act in violation of State Secrets Act 1923, nor the oath given by him in accordance with the Constitution.”

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“Any decision accepted by a worthy prime minister, should be in consonance with his obligations under the Official Secrets Act 1923 and in letter and spirit of oath of in office,” He wrote in order a copy of which the available with Express Tribune.

The court, it said, enjoys confidence and confidence what a worthy prime minister would not disclose information what could be damaging national interest and national honesty of Pakistan, no matter what he will act in in any way that would effect of breaking my oath.

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Controversy arose after Prime Minister Imran in his speech on public rally on On Sunday, he said there was a “foreign-funded conspiracy” underway. against his government.

He showed the letter, but without disclosing its content, as evidence of Existence of conspiracy to overthrow him government. Imran insisted that the efforts made seek his dismissal because he was pursuing an “independent” foreign policy.

After his revelations, many questions are asked, including whether the letter was written by any country or was it an internal assessment shared one of foreign diplomatic missions of Pakistan.

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The threatening letter was also general with in military leadership, according to Foreign Minister Shah Mahmoud Qureshi. But the respective circles showed they “didn’t know” of no such conspiracy, and they also saw no evidence.

Earlier today, Prime Minister Imran stated that show letter to senior journalists and government allies. However, this idea was later abandoned.

Meanwhile, the prime minister’s address to the nation is scheduled. also postponed and no reason has been given in in this respect by a decision party officials.


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