My life is in danger : Imran Khan

My life is in danger Imran Khan : Independent Urdu The Prime Minister said that conspiratorial elements would assassinate him but he too would not remain silent.  What happened yesterday Prime Minister Imran Khan has said in an interview that his life is in danger and he will be assassinated. "The Establishment offered that there are three things, a vote of no confidence, resign or election but we said election is the best way, I can never think of resigning." She also said that if she succeeds in thwarting the no-confidence motion against her in the National Assembly, the government will hold early elections. Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Friday that he hoped no undemocratic measures would be taken till the day of no-confidence motion voting on Sunday. Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed has said that he intended to say goodbye to politics on Monday but he did not want to leave Imran Khan at that time so he has withdrawn this decision.  Punjab Chief Ministerial candidate will be Hamza Shahbaz Sharif PML-N Punjab Vice President Rana Mashhood Ahmad Khan while talking to media after the meeting of PML-N parliamentary party said that PML-N and its allies have unanimously decided in consultation with Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif. That Punjab Chief Ministerial candidate will be Hamza Shahbaz Sharif.  The relationship between the Prime Minister and the Army Chief is ideal: Fawad Chaudhry Federal Minister Fawad Chaudhry said in a tweet that the relationship between the Prime Minister and the Army Chief is ideal and will not come under fire.  PM did not help save government: Jam Kamal Former Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal said that despite having a majority in Balochistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan did not help him save the government. Addressing a press conference at Balochistan House along with former Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Amir Haider Khan Hoti, he said that when the last meeting was held with the Prime Minister, he said that he had lost the majority which was quite contrary to the facts. "If the federation wanted, my government could have survived." "Everything doesn't work out emotionally. The facts are something else," he said. Jam Kamal said that various parties in Balochistan were supporting him, "but some people misinformed the Prime Minister, which is unfortunate." Amir Haider Khan Hoti said on the occasion, "When the opposition did not have enough numbers, their lives were not in danger, but now that the numbers are complete, their lives are in danger?" He further asked why Imran Khan did not say at the OIC meeting that he had received threats. Amir Haider Khan Hoti, referring to the local body elections in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, said that the Election Commission had stopped government interference in the previous elections but this time only notices were issued and no serious action was taken and the Prime Minister affected the entire election process. ۔  If no-confidence motion fails, elections will be held soon: PM Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that if he succeeds in thwarting the no-confidence motion against him in the National Assembly, the government will hold early elections. In an interview this evening, he said that early elections are a good idea and will prove to be good for the country. He said that instead of resigning, he would play till the last ball. In response to another question, he said that he wanted a foreign policy aimed at protecting the rights of the people of Pakistan and enhancing the dignity of green passports. Imran Khan said that Pakistan's foreign policy should be based on close ties with all countries including Russia, China, USA, UK, EU and Middle East. The Prime Minister said that Pakistan could be a partner in peace and not in conflict. He cited the example of India in pursuing an independent foreign policy and not joining any bloc and said that the Government of India has vested interests in this policy from all sides. she does. Imran Khan thinks that former Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was pursuing an independent foreign policy but unfortunately some insiders conspired against him with the connivance of world powers. The Prime Minister said that it was strange that a foreigner was threatening Pakistan that if Imran Khan succeeded in thwarting the no-confidence motion then Pakistan would face serious consequences. He said that some politicians, anchor persons and journalists were meeting foreign diplomats in Pakistan to conspire to remove this government.  Who was making money to be a threat from the army: Imran Khan Prime Minister Imran Khan said, "What kind of money was I making to be threatened by the army?" Regarding the controversial letter, the Prime Minister said that the document used language which is not used for any sovereign country. And especially it was written that Imran Khan has to be removed. He said that Imran Khan's name was not even mentioned in the letter. He said that he would never talk to opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif and he could not even think of resigning.  He said he had been aware of the game since August, with reports from agencies that plans were being made from London.  My life is in danger: PM Imran Khan Prime Minister Imran Khan said in an interview that he was saying in front of everyone that his life was in danger and even during the March 27 meeting he was receiving threats and is still receiving them. He said that he was also being defamed. "These conspirators will assassinate me. I am already telling you." The Prime Minister said that his life was in danger but he would not remain silent.  I will not speak against army: PM In an interview to ARY News, PM Imran Khan said that the opposition was trying to get rid of NAB when it came to power. Prime Minister Imran Khan said that he would never speak against the army. And Nawaz Sharif also kept in touch with those who were against the army. On the question that the United States objected to the visit to Russia, the Prime Minister, comparing India with India, said that even in the Cold War, India had taken its course and that is why the Indian passport is respected today.  Shahbaz Sharif's dream of becoming PM will be shattered: Fawad Chaudhry Federal Minister Fawad Chaudhry said that the dream of opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif to become the Prime Minister has been shattered. Talking to media, he said, "Their sherwanis will be left hanging." Fawad Chaudhry said that the security of the Prime Minister has been enhanced after the report of the federal agency. Federal Minister for Energy Hamad Azhar criticized the PML-N government, saying that the energy crisis created the previous government and therefore the FATF's "sword" was hanging over Pakistan.  Hopefully no undemocratic step will be taken till Sunday: Bilawal Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Friday that he hoped no undemocratic measures would be taken till the day of no-confidence motion voting on Sunday. Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said in a press conference that his speaker has a message to the National Assembly and all institutions to take the nails of consciousness. Bilawal Bhutto said that according to him, elections should be held immediately after electoral reforms.  Workers take to the streets, audio message from Chief Minister Mahmood Khan An audio message attributed to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mehmood Khan is circulating in which he is asking PTI workers to take to the streets today as per Imran Khan's instructions. In this audio message, the Chief Minister has used harsh language against the deviant members.  What happened to Pakistan with the worst foreign policy: Shahbaz Sharif Opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif said that the worst revenge has been inflicted in the name of accountability. Talking to media in Islamabad, he said that the statement of accountability has died. Shahbaz Sharif said that Prime Minister Imran Khan was now taking the name of foreign conspiracy and brought Pakistan to this point with the worst foreign policy.  Member National Assembly Ali Wazir's production orders issued Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser issued production orders for National Assembly member Ali Wazir. According to a statement issued by the National Assembly Secretariat, the Speaker has issued production orders under Rule 108 of the Rules of Procedure of the National Assembly 2007.  PM addresses Islamabad Security Dialogue Addressing the Islamabad Security Dialogue, Prime Minister Imran Khan said, "One of our most powerful countries got angry and said, 'Why did you go to Russia? You are telling a country why you have visited Russia.' And they are angry. ' He said that India, which is his 'quad ally', was fully supporting him. It is not only neutral to Russia, it is also importing oil from them. He added: "I am reading today the statement of the British Foreign Secretary that yes we cannot India, they have an independent foreign policy, they are an independent country. So what are we? ' "I do not blame them. It's our fault. " "It simply came to our notice then.  Opposition Leader's letter to Federal Secretary Home Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly of Pakistan, has written a letter to the Home Secretary in which he is voting on the no-confidence motion in a meeting to be convened two days after the National Assembly on Sunday to ensure 'foolproof' security. Has been directed. In the letter, Shahbaz Sharif also mentioned the statement of bringing one lakh workers of the ruling party on the day of voting of the Prime Minister. Shahbaz Sharif has said in the letter that besides ensuring the security of the members of the National Assembly, the district administration and the police have been asked to perform their duties in accordance with the constitution and law.  Shahbaz Sharif has also demanded that the best security arrangements be made on the day of election of the new Prime Minister. The Leader of the Opposition has also sent a copy of the letter to Commissioner Islamabad, DC and IG.  Will not give up: Home Minister  Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed has said that he intended to say goodbye to politics on Monday but he did not want to leave Imran Khan at that time so he has withdrawn this decision. Addressing a function in Rawalpindi on Friday, he said that Prime Minister Imran Khan would not be defeated by the elements who had plundered the country for decades and now united to overthrow his government. He said that he stood by Prime Minister Imran Khan in this difficult time and the people reject the traitors. Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid has said that even if the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan succeeds, he will not give up on the opposition and will fight till the end. He said that he wanted to tell the officials that elections should be held after Ramadan.  PM's life in danger Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry has said that the security agencies have reported the threat to the life of Prime Minister Imran Khan. In a tweet on Friday, the federal minister said that according to security agencies, a plot to assassinate the prime minister had been hatched, after which his security had been beefed up.  5.5 million jobs created in PTI government: Asad Umar Planning Minister Asad Omar says his government has created 5.5 million jobs over the past three  years . In a press conference in Islamabad on Friday, Asad Omar said that the country and its citizens have benefited from the introduction of policies in other sectors including agriculture, industry and construction. According to him, 1.1 million people went abroad for employment through the Bureau of Immigration. He said that during the PTI regime, the employment rate increased by 62% which is higher than that of PML-N government.  Message issued to the country which sent the threatening letter Pakistan's foreign office says Pakistan has sent a threatening letter to a country sending threatening letters through diplomatic channels, while the United States has once again denied any involvement in the letter.  A statement issued by the Foreign Office on Thursday night did not mention the name of the country, but the name of the United States was mentioned in the speech of the Prime Minister of Pakistan the day before yesterday. no'... Came from 'another country'.  The Foreign Office said in a statement on Thursday that "in light of the decisions taken at the National Security Council meeting, diplomatic steps have been taken regarding the threatening letter."  Earlier, it was reported on Pakistan's local TV channels that Pakistan had summoned the acting US Deputy Chief of Mission to the Foreign Office in protest of the threatening letter from the United States and had recorded the protest in accordance with diplomatic procedures. ۔  Details of the letter were presented at a meeting of the National Security Committee yesterday and the language used by the foreign official was declared non-diplomatic and it was decided to protest.

The Prime Minister said that conspiratorial elements would assassinate him but he too would not remain silent.

What happened yesterday
Prime Minister Imran Khan has said in an interview that his life is in danger and he will be assassinated.
"The Establishment offered that there are three things, a vote of no confidence, resign or election but we said election is the best way, I can never think of resigning."
She also said that if she succeeds in thwarting the no-confidence motion against her in the National Assembly, the government will hold early elections.
Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Friday that he hoped no undemocratic measures would be taken till the day of no-confidence motion voting on Sunday.
Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed has said that he intended to say goodbye to politics on Monday but he did not want to leave Imran Khan at that time so he has withdrawn this decision.

Punjab Chief Ministerial candidate will be Hamza Shahbaz Sharif
PML-N Punjab Vice President Rana Mashhood Ahmad Khan while talking to media after the meeting of PML-N parliamentary party said that PML-N and its allies have unanimously decided in consultation with Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif. That Punjab Chief Ministerial candidate will be Hamza Shahbaz Sharif.

The relationship between the Prime Minister and the Army Chief is ideal: Fawad Chaudhry
Federal Minister Fawad Chaudhry said in a tweet that the relationship between the Prime Minister and the Army Chief is ideal and will not come under fire.

PM did not help save government: Jam Kamal
Former Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal said that despite having a majority in Balochistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan did not help him save the government.
Addressing a press conference at Balochistan House along with former Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Amir Haider Khan Hoti, he said that when the last meeting was held with the Prime Minister, he said that he had lost the majority which was quite contrary to the facts.
"If the federation wanted, my government could have survived."
"Everything doesn't work out emotionally. The facts are something else," he said.
Jam Kamal said that various parties in Balochistan were supporting him, "but some people misinformed the Prime Minister, which is unfortunate."
Amir Haider Khan Hoti said on the occasion, "When the opposition did not have enough numbers, their lives were not in danger, but now that the numbers are complete, their lives are in danger?"
He further asked why Imran Khan did not say at the OIC meeting that he had received threats.
Amir Haider Khan Hoti, referring to the local body elections in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, said that the Election Commission had stopped government interference in the previous elections but this time only notices were issued and no serious action was taken and the Prime Minister affected the entire election process. ۔

If no-confidence motion fails, elections will be held soon: PM
Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that if he succeeds in thwarting the no-confidence motion against him in the National Assembly, the government will hold early elections.
In an interview this evening, he said that early elections are a good idea and will prove to be good for the country. He said that instead of resigning, he would play till the last ball.
In response to another question, he said that he wanted a foreign policy aimed at protecting the rights of the people of Pakistan and enhancing the dignity of green passports.
Imran Khan said that Pakistan's foreign policy should be based on close ties with all countries including Russia, China, USA, UK, EU and Middle East.
The Prime Minister said that Pakistan could be a partner in peace and not in conflict. He cited the example of India in pursuing an independent foreign policy and not joining any bloc and said that the Government of India has vested interests in this policy from all sides. she does.
Imran Khan thinks that former Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was pursuing an independent foreign policy but unfortunately some insiders conspired against him with the connivance of world powers.
The Prime Minister said that it was strange that a foreigner was threatening Pakistan that if Imran Khan succeeded in thwarting the no-confidence motion then Pakistan would face serious consequences.
He said that some politicians, anchor persons and journalists were meeting foreign diplomats in Pakistan to conspire to remove this government.

Who was making money to be a threat from the army: Imran Khan
Prime Minister Imran Khan said, "What kind of money was I making to be threatened by the army?"
Regarding the controversial letter, the Prime Minister said that the document used language which is not used for any sovereign country. And especially it was written that Imran Khan has to be removed.
He said that Imran Khan's name was not even mentioned in the letter.
He said that he would never talk to opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif and he could not even think of resigning. 
He said he had been aware of the game since August, with reports from agencies that plans were being made from London.

My life is in danger: PM Imran Khan
Prime Minister Imran Khan said in an interview that he was saying in front of everyone that his life was in danger and even during the March 27 meeting he was receiving threats and is still receiving them.
He said that he was also being defamed. "These conspirators will assassinate me. I am already telling you."
The Prime Minister said that his life was in danger but he would not remain silent.

I will not speak against army: PM
In an interview to ARY News, PM Imran Khan said that the opposition was trying to get rid of NAB when it came to power.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said that he would never speak against the army. And Nawaz Sharif also kept in touch with those who were against the army.
On the question that the United States objected to the visit to Russia, the Prime Minister, comparing India with India, said that even in the Cold War, India had taken its course and that is why the Indian passport is respected today.

Shahbaz Sharif's dream of becoming PM will be shattered: Fawad Chaudhry
Federal Minister Fawad Chaudhry said that the dream of opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif to become the Prime Minister has been shattered.
Talking to media, he said, "Their sherwanis will be left hanging."
Fawad Chaudhry said that the security of the Prime Minister has been enhanced after the report of the federal agency.
Federal Minister for Energy Hamad Azhar criticized the PML-N government, saying that the energy crisis created the previous government and therefore the FATF's "sword" was hanging over Pakistan.

Hopefully no undemocratic step will be taken till Sunday: Bilawal
Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Friday that he hoped no undemocratic measures would be taken till the day of no-confidence motion voting on Sunday.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said in a press conference that his speaker has a message to the National Assembly and all institutions to take the nails of consciousness.
Bilawal Bhutto said that according to him, elections should be held immediately after electoral reforms.

Workers take to the streets, audio message from Chief Minister Mahmood Khan
An audio message attributed to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mehmood Khan is circulating in which he is asking PTI workers to take to the streets today as per Imran Khan's instructions.
In this audio message, the Chief Minister has used harsh language against the deviant members.

What happened to Pakistan with the worst foreign policy: Shahbaz Sharif
Opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif said that the worst revenge has been inflicted in the name of accountability.
Talking to media in Islamabad, he said that the statement of accountability has died.
Shahbaz Sharif said that Prime Minister Imran Khan was now taking the name of foreign conspiracy and brought Pakistan to this point with the worst foreign policy.

Member National Assembly Ali Wazir's production orders issued
Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser issued production orders for National Assembly member Ali Wazir.
According to a statement issued by the National Assembly Secretariat, the Speaker has issued production orders under Rule 108 of the Rules of Procedure of the National Assembly 2007.

PM addresses Islamabad Security Dialogue
Addressing the Islamabad Security Dialogue, Prime Minister Imran Khan said, "One of our most powerful countries got angry and said, 'Why did you go to Russia? You are telling a country why you have visited Russia.' And they are angry. '
He said that India, which is his 'quad ally', was fully supporting him. It is not only neutral to Russia, it is also importing oil from them.
He added: "I am reading today the statement of the British Foreign Secretary that yes we cannot India, they have an independent foreign policy, they are an independent country. So what are we? '
"I do not blame them. It's our fault. "
"It simply came to our notice then.

Opposition Leader's letter to Federal Secretary Home
Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly of Pakistan, has written a letter to the Home Secretary in which he is voting on the no-confidence motion in a meeting to be convened two days after the National Assembly on Sunday to ensure 'foolproof' security. Has been directed.
In the letter, Shahbaz Sharif also mentioned the statement of bringing one lakh workers of the ruling party on the day of voting of the Prime Minister.
Shahbaz Sharif has said in the letter that besides ensuring the security of the members of the National Assembly, the district administration and the police have been asked to perform their duties in accordance with the constitution and law.

Shahbaz Sharif has also demanded that the best security arrangements be made on the day of election of the new Prime Minister.
The Leader of the Opposition has also sent a copy of the letter to Commissioner Islamabad, DC and IG.

Will not give up: Home Minister

Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed has said that he intended to say goodbye to politics on Monday but he did not want to leave Imran Khan at that time so he has withdrawn this decision.
Addressing a function in Rawalpindi on Friday, he said that Prime Minister Imran Khan would not be defeated by the elements who had plundered the country for decades and now united to overthrow his government.
He said that he stood by Prime Minister Imran Khan in this difficult time and the people reject the traitors.
Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid has said that even if the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan succeeds, he will not give up on the opposition and will fight till the end.
He said that he wanted to tell the officials that elections should be held after Ramadan.

PM's life in danger
Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry has said that the security agencies have reported the threat to the life of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
In a tweet on Friday, the federal minister said that according to security agencies, a plot to assassinate the prime minister had been hatched, after which his security had been beefed up.

5.5 million jobs created in PTI government: Asad Umar
Planning Minister Asad Omar says his government has created 5.5 million jobs over the past three  years .
In a press conference in Islamabad on Friday, Asad Omar said that the country and its citizens have benefited from the introduction of policies in other sectors including agriculture, industry and construction.
According to him, 1.1 million people went abroad for employment through the Bureau of Immigration.
He said that during the PTI regime, the employment rate increased by 62% which is higher than that of PML-N government.

Message issued to the country which sent the threatening letter
Pakistan's foreign office says Pakistan has sent a threatening letter to a country sending threatening letters through diplomatic channels, while the United States has once again denied any involvement in the letter.

A statement issued by the Foreign Office on Thursday night did not mention the name of the country, but the name of the United States was mentioned in the speech of the Prime Minister of Pakistan the day before yesterday. no'... Came from 'another country'.

The Foreign Office said in a statement on Thursday that "in light of the decisions taken at the National Security Council meeting, diplomatic steps have been taken regarding the threatening letter."

Earlier, it was reported on Pakistan's local TV channels that Pakistan had summoned the acting US Deputy Chief of Mission to the Foreign Office in protest of the threatening letter from the United States and had recorded the protest in accordance with diplomatic procedures. ۔

Details of the letter were presented at a meeting of the National Security Committee yesterday and the language used by the foreign official was declared non-diplomatic and it was decided to protest. (Independent Urdu)
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