ISLAMABAD (Wednesday, April 26, 2017): PM Nawaz Sharif Encounters Dawn Leaks Full Inquiry Report is now onine. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has gotten the report of a request board framed to test Dawn Leaks, his representative affirmed on Wednesday. As per the PM’s representative Musaddik Malik, the report is being audited taking after which a choice will be made on its proposals. Malik did not affirm whether the PM had gotten the report today or prior.
At the point when solicited when the substance from the report would be made open, he said that a choice with respect to this would be taken soon. The affirmation from the PM House comes after nearby media announced the suggestions of the request board, which is said to have set the fault on Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Tariq Fatemi and Principal Information Officer at the Press Information Department Rao Tehseen.
As indicated by sources, the report does not discover who released the story to the Dawn daily paper journalist, however suggests the evacuation of Tehseen. The sources included that Fatemi’s Foreign Affairs portfolio is probably going to be changed however that he would hold his position. Prior today, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar communicated his worries over the media reports, requiring a test into how the request report was spilled before the administration had openly discharged it.
The story, distributed in the Dawn daily paper on October 6, 2016 by writer Cyril Almedia, had mixed a noteworthy contention a year ago bringing about Almeida experiencing harsh criticism from the military and government and being incidentally put on the Exit Control List. The report with respect to a meeting of the National Security Committee claimed the presence of a fracture between the military and the regular citizen government on the issue of handling jihadi outfits. Soon thereafter, the Pakistan Army’s top commandants communicated genuine worry over what they called “encouraging of a false and created story of an imperative security meeting”, naming it a break of national security.
The administration called it a “manufactured” story and named the “implied consultations” amid the security meeting as theoretical, deluding, verifiably off base, and an “amalgamation of fiction and creation”. Taking after a preparatory examination, the administration soothed Senator Pervaiz Rasheed of his duties as government pastor for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage pending an abnormal state request.
In this way, the administration framed a council headed by Justice (retd) Amir Raza Khan for an investigation into the issue. A week ago, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said the request report into ‘First light holes’ future submitted to his service inside a few days. Back Minister Ishaq Dar has said the administration would distribute the request report, not at all like discoveries of different commissions that have been under wraps before. Prior this month, DG ISPR Maj-Gen Asif Ghafoor said the armed force, “similar to each Pakistani anticipates a choice in light of equity and legitimacy”.