'Achieving peace top priority of Gov't', PM tells peace committee
ISLAMABAD: Government's committee regarding peace talks with Taliban, has met the Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif and informed him about the advancements in the negotiations process with the banned militant outfit – ARY News reports.
According to details, the meeting took place at the PM House here on Tuesday, where PM Nawaz Sharif was also flanked by Federal Interior Minister, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and CM Balochistan, Dr Abdul Malik Baloch.
Talking to the members of state's committee, the Prime Minister said that achieving peace is top priority of the Government and directed the members to take forth the negotiations process with great seriousness.
He declared the recent advancement in talks with Taliban to be positive for the restoration of peace in the state.
On the other hand, JUIF Chief, Molana Fazlur Rahman also met the Prime Minister and discussed with him affairs relating to political situation of the country, law and order, negotiations with Taliban and Pakistan Protection Ordinance (PPO).
PM Nawaz assured the JUIF Chief of eliminating all his reservations on PPO and also to take all the political parties into confidence regarding this.