The Pakistani National Security Committee (NSC) held an emergency meeting on Monday at which Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had made it clear that his statement about the terrorist attack in Mumbai was "wrong reported "was. Following the chairmanship of the NSC meeting, Pakistani Prime Minister Abbasi held a meeting with Nawaz Sharif, claiming that Sharif had not made the statements in the media about the terrorist attacks in 2008 in Mumbai
National Security Committee (NSC Pakistan's Civil-Military Command condemned Nawaz Sharif's "misleading" statement, calling it "false and misleading" according to Pakistan's PTI news agency.
NSC held a meeting under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Monday to discuss "misleading media statement" attributed to former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on the 2008 Mumbai attacks.
Nawaz Sharif today also defended his recent statements about the 2008 terrorist attack in Mumbai and said he would tell the truth, no matter what the consequences, [ANI reported .
Nawaz Sharif criticized the country's dealings with militant groups responsible for the attacks in Mumbai
A petition was filed today in a Pakista court to prosecute a treachery against the overthrown Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif because of his controversial statements He questioned the policy that allowed "non-state actors" to cross and "kill" the border in Mumbai in 2008, reported PTI [1
The petition was written by lawyer Aftab Virk on behalf of Khurram Nawaz Gandapur of Pakistan Awaami Tehrek filed in the Lahore Supreme Court, claiming that Sharif's comments were directed against national security and state institutions. The petition also prayed the court to initiate a lawsuit against him, Express Tribune .
Pakistan's ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday had put the cat under the pigeons after publicly recognizing that militant organizations are active in the country and questioning Islamabad's policy of "crossing non-state actors" and "people" in Mumbai to "kill," in an obvious reference to the 2008 attacks in Mumbai. Following the remarks, the Pakistani army is said to have been "extremely angry" at Sharif, who was being attacked for his testimony, and hold a high-level meeting on Monday to discuss the matter. Meanwhile, Sharif's party, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), has issued a statement claiming that its statement has been "grossly misinterpreted" by the Indian media.
Without mentioning Mumbai assassin Hafiz Saeed and the militant organizations of Maulana Masood Azhar, the Jamaat-ud-Dawah and Jaish-e-Mohammad, Sharif said in an interview: Militant organizations are active in Pakistan. "Call them non-state actors, if we allow them to cross the border and kill more than 150 people in Mumbai, explain it to me, why can not we complete the process?" Sharif said.
New Delhi has long accused the Lashkar-e-Taiba of carrying out the attacks in Mumbai in 2008 with the help of ten well-armed terrorists. These attackers arrived by boat from Karachi and, according to the Indian government in coordination with the Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency, carried out the violent strikes throughout Mumbai. 166 people died in the attacks
Case 26/11 has been heard by an anti-terrorist court in Pakistan since 2009, but has made little progress. India claims that Pakistan has not respected its end to the agreement and brought the case to court without really investigating the plot that led to the attacks. Islamabad, however, blames New Delhi for failing to provide "solid evidence" against the main defendant Hafiz Saeed and others. Sharif, for his part, was disqualified by the Pakistan Supreme Court in 2000 for lifetime Panama Papers case.
Here are the top ten developments surrounding Nawaz Sharif's comments on the Mumbai terrorist attacks of 26.11.
1) What Sharif said was "misinformed," says Pak PM: After conducting the emergency meeting of the National Security Committee and a meeting with Nawaz Sharif, Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, told the The media said that "Nawaz's statements about the terrorist attack in Mumbai" were reported incorrectly. "Indian media give the theme a different tone and we should not be part of it".
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Abbasi said there was no tension between civilians and military personnel. He also clarified that misunderstandings are eliminated in the light of the facts. He expressed his full support to Sharif, saying that the entire party, including party leader Shehbaz Sharif, was with him. "Nawaz Sharif is still our Quaid (supreme leader)," he said. He said that no one forced him to talk to the media, and it was his own decision to give the reasons.
2) Swearing Off Betrayal Against Nawaz Sharif: A petition was filed today in a Pakistani court to prosecute a betrayal case against ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif over his controversial statements – questioning policies that "allowed non-state actors to" kill "the border in Mumbai in 2008 was filed in the Lahore High Court by attorney Aftab Virk on behalf of Pakistan Awaami Tehreuks Khurram Nawaz Gandapur, claiming that Sharif's statement was against national security and state institutions.
3) Sharif defends comments on the Mumbai attack: Pakistan has toppled Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, whose comments have sparked controversy in Pakistan, today defended his recent comments on the 2008 terrorist attack in Mumbai and said he would be the Truth be told no matter what the consequences 659008] 4) Pakistani Army upset over Sharif, concerned about his comments: Pakistani army "extremely angry" over Nawaz Sharif's comments on the Mumbai attacks  have been. Citing unnamed sources, the news agencies reported that Sharif's statement made the Pakistani army extremely worried that "this India's story that Pakistan is not doing enough" would give more weight to terrorist modules from its soil, and especially from Pakistan to curb. Occupied Kashmir (PoK)
5) Army fears Sharif's comments may blacklist Pakistan on : What exactly does the Pakistani army have to fear from Sharif's remarks? Citing unnamed sources, the news agencies reported that the army's top leaders were particularly concerned about "Sharif's declaration that the balance was enough to put Pakistan on the Black List of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) ". The FATF is a Paris-based intergovernmental organization founded in 1989 at the initiative of the Group of Seven (G-7) Nations to develop a policy against money laundering. Pakistan has been on the gray list for three months now.
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6) Imran Khan calls Sharif today Mir Jafar: Leading opposition leader and cricketer who has become a politician, Imran Khan said Sharif spoke the language of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and worked with enemies of Pakistan to harm the country. "Nawaz Sharif is the modern-day Mir Mirafar who has worked with the British to enslave his nation for personal gain, and Nawaz speaks Modi's language against Pak State just to protect his 300 billion kidnapped Rs in his sons' overseas companies." He said on Twitter.
Nawaz Sharif is the modern Mir Jafar who collaborated with the British to enslave his nation for personal gain. Nawaz speaks Modis language against the Pak state, only to protect his illegal Rs 300b, which are hidden in his son companies abroad.
– Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) May 13, 2018
7) PML-N says Sharif's statement "grossly misinterpreted": Sharif's political party, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party In a statement, he rejected all his allegations concerning the terrorist attacks of 26.11. in Mumbai, claiming he had been "grossly misinterpreted" by the Indian media. The statement by Nawaz Sharif's daughter, Maryam Nawaz Sharif, on Twitter read: "PML-N would like to summarize the interview with PML-N Quaid, which was conducted yesterday by DAWN." In the beginning, Quaid's testimony was coarse PMLN spokesperson: pic.twitter.com/i1QTaD6D4d
– Maryam Nawaz Sharif (@MaryamNSharif) May 13, 2018
8) PPPs Sherry Rehman bombards Nawaz On Mumbai Attacks: Pakistan's People's Party (PPP) leader and former diplomat Sherry Rehman on Sunday scolded Nawaz Sharif for his comments on the Mumbai 26/11 attacks. Rehman said at a Karachi press conference, "Is he (Sharif) an analyst who makes such statements, is he unaware of the consequences of his words? As you can see, the whole world has begun to question his statement."  "We have strong reservations about his statement, Pakistan has nothing to hide and has always participated in the 26/11 assault procedures and we would not allow Pakistan's honor to be obstructed," added the opposition leader in the Pakistan Senate.
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9) Congress calls on Modi-government to act against Pakistan: According to Sharif's statement Congress demanded that Government on Sunday to take diplomatic action to highlight Pakistan's involvement in terrorist activities in India before the international community. Congresswoman Pawan Khera also called on the international community against Pakistan for terrorist activities in India
Khera also investigated a government digging and said that she has not often been diplomatic in the past four years and should at least do so now. "But we expect the government to do so now and ensure that the international community takes note of what Sharif has said and take appropriate action against Pakistan," he said.
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10) Sitharaman says Nawaz confirms India's attitude: Union defense minister Nirmala Sitharaman said Sunday that Sharif's statement on the Mumbai terrorist attacks of 26/11 proved that India was "always right".
"It is a serious revelation, has India not followed it? I believe that the traders of the 26/11 offenses were in Pakistan, which just proves that India's position was right all the way," Sitharaman said reporters. She added that Pakistan's allegations that it was a victim of terrorism are all wrong. "For a state that keeps denying, even though evidence is absolutely undeniable, that's not surprising, but it's absolutely something that needs to be shown to the whole world so that they can know all of Pakistan's lectures to the world about human rights and beyond As Pakistan itself is a victim, all are wrong, "she added.
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with agency input