On Wednesday, he lifted a self-imposed moratorium on death penalty in terror-related cases, in place since 2008.
He also praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for calling up his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif.
Delhi and Islamabad must acknowledge the need to come together against terror
“Today’s conference has decided to draft an action against terrorists and act upon it immediately,” said PM Sharif.
A moratorium on the death penalty was imposed in 2008 and only one execution has taken place since then.
The PTI call to shutdown Faisalabad earlier this week ended in violence.
The SC said it would consider issuance of notices against PM if a permanent CEC was not appointed by Dec 5.
Major trade organizations refused to become a part of the ‘shut down’ plan.
Imran demanded Nawaz Sharif government to initiate an impartial probe into the alleged rigging in 2013 general elections.
India’s PM reminded Nepal’s parties of their constitutional promise. But it may be too late.
This comes shortly after the SAARC summit in Nepal where India had ruled out any talks between PM Narendra Modi and Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif.
He said Pakistan wishes to pursue the dialogue process from a position of dignity, honour and self-respect.
No one knows what they might have said, but we think we can guess:
Sharif also stated that if India wants to restore ties, the Kashmir issue must be discussed and that too seriously with full sincerity.
The consent on the power pact came after a retreat of South Asian leaders at Dhulikhel.