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President Alvi pens letter to CJP, PM: ask to form judicial commission over ‘foreign conspiracy’

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ISLAMABAD– President Dr Arif Alvi on Tuesday has forwarded Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s letter regarding a foreign conspiracy to the present PM Shehbaz Sharif and Chief Justice of Pakistan Umar Ata Bandial and said that an authorized judicial commission should be set up for the investigation of a foreign conspiracy.

President Alvi has responded to Imran Khan’s letter in which Alvi emphasized probing the foreign conspiracy.

In his response letter, the President said that there is a need for a full investigation into the alleged conspiracy to topple the government and he has read a copy of the cypher sent by the former ambassador of Pakistan to the US and the cypher report includes statements by Assistant Secretary of State Donald Lu, which specifically mentioned a no-confidence motion against the PM Imran Khan.

The cypher also mentions forgiveness in case of success of the movement and serious consequences in case of failure, Alvi said.

Dr Alvi said that the two meetings of the National Security Committee had confirmed that the statements were tantamount to unacceptable and blatant interference in the internal affairs of Pakistan and threats were made in non-diplomatic language.

He further said that the former prime minister had mentioned in his letter the possible reaction and impact of the threat and the dignity of an independent was severely damaged and the matter needs to be thoroughly investigated.

In addition, President Alvi said that Investigations into many conspiracies in the history of Pakistan have been fruitless and conspiracies at the international level are also confirmed decades after the release of classified documents.

Dr Arif Alvi further said that he is sending Imran Khan s letter to the Prime Minister of Pakistan Shehbaz Sharif and Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial, asking him to set up an empowered judicial commission to investigate and hear the matter


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