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ISLAMABAD: After an hour of being questioned by investigators, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif met with senior officials of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) in Islamabad on Monday.

After the meeting with MoHA officials and the chief ministers of North Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, North-West Frontier Province, and North-Eastern Frontier Province, Sharif was also directed to give a final reply to the question on “suspension of Pakistan’s involvement in Kashmir”, as per his policy on Afghanistan.

In a statement, the PM’s office said: “The Prime Minister met with senior officials of the ministry of interior, Home Minister Rehman Malik and Chief Minister’s Adviser Javid Ahnatyasastra.commed in Islamabad on Saturday to discuss a series of sensitive issues.

“W바카라ith this meeting, the Prime Minister spoke with MoHA and asked about the situation in North Punjab, including the issue of the release of two men, arrested in April 2014.”

Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf has (now-former interior minister Asif Zardari had also met with members of the MoHA as well) but has maintained that this meeting was to discuss bilateral ties.

Pakistan’s media was already on the edge of its seats after Sharif, accompanied by PM Akhilesh, attended an event organised by the National Journalists Guild in the city at MoHA headquarters.

With reports that Pakistan’s MoHA had also ordered the arrest of six people linked to the ongoing unrest in Kashmir, the atmosphere at the city’s MoHA office went int더킹카지노o a frenzy.

A few journalists rushed to the scene to watch in amazement on the condition of the PM and PM Akhilesh, after which the PM and Akhilesh left the venue.