Dawn Leaks meeting in PM House Raiwind: Important decisions made
LAHORE: A marathon meeting of the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif with his close aides in Rawind Lahore has came to an end. According to the reports of the private TV Channel government has decided to redress the grievencess of the Pakistan Army in the matter of the Dawn Leaks.
Interior Minister Ch Nisar and Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif have been tasked to contact Pakistan Army top leadership and be given assurance over the Dawn Leaks report.
Government has decided in principal to take Army in confidence and Dawn Leaks issue report would be sorted out in coordination with the Pakistan Army top brass without entering into a conflict of any kind.
Earlier Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had convened a meeting of close aides at his Lahore's Rawind Palace to discuss issues related to Dawn Leaks inquiry report.
According to the sources, Senator Ishaq Dar, Interior Minister Chaudry Nisar and Fawad Hassan Fawad Principal Secretary to PM traveled to Lahore in a special plane to attend the huddle, which the prime minster chaired to deliberate upon the situation arising out of the controversy over the Dawn Leaks report.
Before the meeting, Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif met the prime minister and discussed the current national and political issues, they said.
The Pakistan Army had expressed anger at the government order for implementation of recommendations of the Dawn Leaks inquiry committee, terming it incomplete and not in line with the recommendations of the inquiry committee, a few minutes after its release by the Prime Minister's House on Saturday.
“The notification on the Leaks is incomplete and not in line with recommendations of the inquiry board. Notification is rejected,” Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor said in a tweeted response.