DG ISI joins meeting of Prime Minister with President Arif Alvi which discussed national and international affairs.
Prime Minister Imran Khan held a meeting with President Dr. Arif Alvi in Islamabad on Monday.
They discussed national and international affairs.
DG ISI joins meeting
The meeting also took into view the situation arising out of the pandemic of Covid-19.
The President appreciated the government steps to stop the spread of coronavirus in the country and the measures of Prime Minister for seeking relief in the debt to be paid by the developing countries.
Later, DG ISI Lt. General Faiz Hameed also joined the meeting which also condemned the unprovoked Indian firing along Line of Control.
They also denounced the usurping of rights of Kashmiris in the garb of coronavirus in Occupied Kashmir.
Moreover, they discussed the recently agreed Standard Operating Procedures with Ulema and its implementation.
During the meeting, PM Khan thanked President Dr Arif Alvi.
Specially, he lauded his efforts to evolve consensus among the Ulema regarding prayers and Taraweeh in mosques during the holy month of Ramazan.
Meanwhile, the Foreign Office spokesperson Aisha Farooqui rejected the Indian Ministry of External Affairs’ Spokesperson’s remarks as irresponsible and completely ill-founded.
Pakistan said treatment of minorities in India is a matter of serious concern not only for the Indian minorities and the neighbouring countries but also for the international community.
In a statement, she said these are reflective of India’s perennial state of denial with regard to the rights of minorities, particularly Muslims, in India.