ISLAMABAD: On Wednesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan said he would show the threat letter to senior journalists and members of the alliance. The letter was brandished by the prime minister during the March 27 public gathering. He had called it a piece of evidence of a foreign conspiracy against his government.
Earlier, the prime minister had announced presenting the letter to the Supreme Court, but he decided not to bring the letter in parliament due to the sensitivity of the matter.
According to a statement by Mr Khan, the letter was received a day prior to running the no-confidence motion on the Assembly floor. He added that the threat letter would uncover the foreign conspiracies against Pakistan.