PM Imran Khan set to give another blow to the joint opposition
Prime Minister Imran Khan will demand Supreme Court of Pakistan to form a judicial commission to probe lettergate that involves a threatening letter from foreign country for regime change in Pakistan.
The prime minister will seek formation of a high-powered commission from the apex court, the sources having knowledge of the development said and added, “Imran Khan’s counsel will submit the request in written replies to the top court.”
Imran Khan, according to sources, have made the decision after consultation with his legal team.
It is pertinent to mention here that Deputy Speaker Qasim Khan Suri ruled to reject the no-trust motion from the opposition parties against Prime Minister Imran Khan, over having links with the foreign conspiracy.
Soon after the rejection of the no-trust move, Prime Minister Imran Khan announced to dissolve the assemblies.
The prime minister in his address called the no-trust motion against him a ‘foreign agenda’ and congratulated the nation over the motion rejected in the National Assembly.
“It was a foreign agenda, I want to tell the people don’t get disturb the God is looking over the nation,” PM Imran Khan said.