ISLAMABAD: Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan will face no Confidence Motion tomorrow.
While addressing Nation on Friday, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he will not accept what he called an “imported government” as he faces a No-Confidence Motion in Parliament tomorrow.
PM Khan asked his supporters to peacefully protest after Isha on Sunday against the new government, signalling that tonight will be his last night in government.
Imran Khan praised India’s foreign policy once again, stating that no foreign country could pressurise India the way they pressurised Pakistan to support the West’s narrative on Ukraine.
PM Khan lashed out on the EU Ambassadors who wrote a letter to him urging Pakistan to support the Ukrainian cause.
Commenting on the Supreme Court’s decision, PM Khan held that he was upset by it but he would accept the decision, adding that history never forgave any player, even the Supreme Court.
Whilst repeating the Letter Gate conspiracy theory, PM Khan reiterated that a US official, Assistant Secretary of State, Donald Lu threatened Pakistan’s Ambassador Asad M Khan.
PM Khan said that while he could show the cypher to the public, he narrated his version of the series of events, stating that the No-Confidence Motion had also been mentioned by the US official.
PM Khan held that the entire No-Confidence Motion was a foreign conspiracy against his government.
Earlier, Leader of the Opposition, Mian Shehbaz Sharif had planned a press conference at 10 PM but it was later cancelled.
This is a developing news story. More to Follow.
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