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ISLAMABAD: A key meeting on the national security under the chair of Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan has decided on Tuesday that no concession will be given to the banned outfit. According to the sources, an important meeting on national security was held under the chair of PM Imran Khan.

Chief  of Army Staff General Qamar Javed  Bajwa and DG ISI Lt Gen Faiz  Hamid also attended the meeting. The sources said that the security situation in the country, including law and order, was reviewed in detail during the meeting. The meeting decided that no concession would be given to the banned outfit. The sources further maintained that Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid will ask for clearing the routes and ending the protests, adding that the government will hold talks with the banned organization. Earlier, a meeting under the chair of Prime Minister (PM)  Imran Khan reviewed the strategy against protests of the banned  outfit and sit-ins announced by the  traders. It is pertinent to mention  here that the march started by the  workers of the banned organization has been stopped under an  agreement with the government.

The government had assured them  to implement the settled matters  during negotiations till Wednesday. According to the sources, a meeting was held at Bani Gala under the  chair of PM Imran Khan. Punjab  CM Usman Buzdar, Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid, Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Noorul  Haq Qadri and the Punjab chief  secretary attended the meeting.  During the meeting, Imran Khan  was briefed on the talks with the  banned organization. The meet[1]ing also reviewed demands of the  banned outfit and the government’s  strategy against the protests. The  premier was also apprised about  the protest call given by the traders. Prime Minister Imran Khan on  Tuesday met Chief of Army Staff  Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa.

The  sources said that it was a separate,  one-on-one meeting between  the two, initially. Later on, Director General of ISI Lt Gen Faiz  Hameed also joined in. The meet[1]ing focused on a review of the internal law and order situation of the  country. The three meet routine[1]ly to discuss internal and external  security matters.  Moreover, Prime Minis[1]ter Imran Khan has notified  the appointment of Lieutenant  General Nadeem Ahmed Anjum  as Director-General of the ISI.  He would replace the incumbent DG ISI Lieutenant General Faiz  Hameed who has been posted as  the Corps Commander Peshawar  under the fresh reshuffle in the  Pakistan Army

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