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PM Forms Committee to Review Faizabad Sit-in Commission Report


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Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has taken a significant step by establishing a special cabinet committee to scrutinize the deficiencies in the Faizabad sit-in Commission report. This move comes after expressing dissatisfaction with the report’s findings, highlighting the need for a thorough review of the investigation process.

During a recent federal cabinet meeting in Islamabad, where discussions encompassed the country’s economic and security landscape, the decision to form the committee was made. The Attorney General and Law Minister presented the report’s key points, which faced criticism for deviating from its Terms of Reference (TORs).

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif emphasized that the report exhibited “flaws” and fell short of meeting the necessary standards, prompting the cabinet to take action. The newly established committee is tasked with conducting a detailed review of the report and proposing recommendations to address the identified shortcomings. This initiative aims to ensure a more comprehensive and meticulous examination of the 2017 Faizabad sit-in incident.

Furthermore, the cabinet’s approval of a memorandum of understanding with the UK government for the extradition of three Pakistani suspects underscores the government’s commitment to addressing legal matters and enhancing cooperation in matters of extradition.

This proactive approach by the Prime Minister and the federal cabinet reflects a commitment to upholding transparency, accountability, and adherence to established protocols in investigative processes. By scrutinizing the Faizabad sit-in Commission report and seeking to rectify any deficiencies, the government aims to ensure a fair and thorough assessment of the events surrounding the sit-in, contributing to a more robust and credible investigative outcome.

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