The former Pakistani envoy to the United States, Dr. Asad Majeed Khan, will inform the National Security Committee (NSC) of the diplomatic cable that he sent to the PTI government last month.
According to sources, the Pakistani diplomat arrived in Islamabad and will participate in the NSC meeting called by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif at the Prime Minister’s Office to discuss the “threatening letter”.
Former Prime Minister Imran Khan, who was removed by a non-confidence motion, waved a “threatening letter” on March 27, during a public gathering before his eviction, saying that his government had been threatened by the United States.
The PTI asserted that Imran Khan’s government was overthrown due to independent foreign policy and more recently due to the PM’s visit to Russia.
The United States dismissed the allegations and said they were unfounded.
In addition, DG ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar also rejected the perception of a foreign conspiracy behind the motion of no confidence.
Speaking at a press conference on April 14th, the military spokesman said that the word “conspiracy” was not used in the statement issued following a meeting of the NSC last month.
The NSC meeting was summoned on March 31 by former premier Imran Khan to discuss the matter. All the services chiefs and spy chief had also attended the meeting.