Pakistan prime minister during his rally in Islamabad said he had a letter as evidence to prove that money was being paid to remove his government.

Iran PressAsia: Pakistan has been on the edge since opposition parties on March 8 submitted the no-confidence motion before the National Assembly secretariat.

On Friday, the National Assembly’s crucial session on the no-trust motion against embattled Khan was adjourned by the speaker without tabling of the resolution, amid vociferous protests from opposition lawmakers.

Addressing the rally of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party (PTI) titled ‘Amr Bil Maroof’ (enjoin the good) and billed as a “historic” event at Parade Ground in Islamabad, Prime Minister Khan said foreign elements are using local politicians and money to “mend the country’s foreign policy” and asserted that he has a letter as ‘evidence’ to support his claims.

He added: "The letter I have is proof and I want to dare anyone who is doubting this letter. I will invite them off the record. We have to decide for how long we will have to live like this. We are getting threats. There are many things about the foreign conspiracy which will be shared very soon".

The rally at Islamabad was being termed historic and decisive by Imran Khan's party Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI), especially after rumors floated in social media about a possible resignation by the prime minister. This after reports claimed that the youtube channel of the Pakistan prime minister was renamed.