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PM Imran summons PTI’s core committee meeting


Arhama AltafWeb Editor

18th Dec, 2019. 01:37 pm
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PTI’s core committee meeting

Prime Minister Imran Khan has summoned an emergency meeting of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s core committee here on Wednesday.

The meeting will commence at Bani Gala at 5pm. Meanwhile, Punjab Governor Ch. Sarwar has also been asked to attend the meeting along with the federal ministers.

According to sources, the meeting will discuss the overall political situation and government affairs as well as the special court verdict against former president Pervez Musharraf.

The premier will also take the core committee members into confidence over the cancellation of the Malaysia visit.

The forum will also discuss the extension in the service tenure of Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa.

Yesterday, Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed Global Refugee Forum (GRF) session in Geneva, Switzerland.

PM Imran Khan says Pakistan is trying its level best in the peace process of Afghanistan for dignified repatriation of the Afghan refugees.

He said that we must try or prevent people from becoming refugees.

The premier urged the international community to take a serious note of gross violations of human rights in occupied Kashmir as about eight million people have been besieged by Indian troops after the Modi regime revoked its special autonomy.

PM Imran co-convened the first ever two-day (GRF) co-hosted by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the U.N. Refugee Agency and the Swiss Government in Geneva.

He alarmed the world leaders that Kashmir conflict between the two nuclear-armed states could escalate.

“The world should pressurize India to stop the emerging crisis in the region. India has besieged eight million in IOK,” PM said.

He said that India is trying to eliminate Kashmiris.

The Prime Minister said that there is need to understand the fact what would happen if India lifts curfew in Occupied Kashmir.

The Prime Minister said the people of Pakistan hosted four million Afghan refugees with generosity for about four decades and there are still three million refugees in the country including 1.4 million registered ones.

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