Pakistan

‘Imran Khan setting Foreign Office up in flames,’ Bilawal says on ‘threat memo’

ISLAMABAD: PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said Friday that Prime Minister Imran Khan was “setting the Foreign Office up in flames” by revealing the “threat memo” in public.

PM Imran Khan had revealed on March 27, during a public rally, that the government received a “threatening letter” from a foreign country that was against Pakistan’s sovereignty.

The letter was at first shared only with the top-civil military leadership, but later, the government informed senior journalists about its contents and it was also deliberated upon during the 37th National Security Committee (NSC) meeting on Thursday.

The NSC expressed grave concern at the communication, terming the language used by the foreign official as “undiplomatic” and concluded that the communication amounted to “blatant interference in the internal affairs of Pakistan.”

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