ISLAMABAD: The Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif started addressing the session of All Parties’ Conference (APC) in terror-hit Peshawar on Wednesday.
PM Nawaz Sharif is chairing an All Parties’ Conference (APC) at Governor House in the provincial capital Peshawar where more than 140 persons mostly students were killed in Taliban carnage on December 16 (yesterday).
He started the meeting with prayers for Peshawar victims and condemning the brutal attacks by terrorist.
Terrorist attack on innocent children of Army Public School can never be forgotten, PM Nawaz said. Futuristic decisions would be taken by emphasising pain of Peshawar victims, he added.
People got consequences of negotiations with terrorists which was started by unanimously decision taken by stakeholders of the country, PM Nawaz said.
Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif has left the country to meet his counterpart and International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) commander in Afghanistan to discuss Peshawar carnage, PM Nawaz Sharif said on Wednesday.
Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif while addressing the All Parties Conference (APC) underway in Peshawar revealed that COAS Raheel Sharif has departed to Kabul to meet his counterpart and ISAF commander General John F. Campbell.
PM Nawaz said that the Afghan President Ashraf Ghani was contacted yesterday and demanded to take strict action against terrorists.
President Ashraf Ghani ensured maximum support to Pakistan as Afghan and Pakistan governments were on same page against terrorism.
PM Nawaz demanded fulfillment of the decisions finalised between Pakistan and Afghanistan.