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Govt postpones Thursday’s All Parties Conference

The conference was scheduled to discuss challenges being faced by the country
Published 07 Feb, 2023 11:27am

The all-parties conference called by PM Shehbaz Sharif has been postponed, Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb said on Tuesday.

The APC was set to be held on February 9, but has now been delayed as the PM is set to visit earthquake-hit Turkiye on Wednesday.

Aurangzeb also said that a new date for the meeting will be announced after consultation with allies.

The government called the conference on Friday, a few days after a deadly attack in Peshawar. The agenda was to discuss challenges faced by Pakistan, especially in wake of the recent wave of terrorism faced by Pakistan.

Invites were extended to all major political parties including Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. However, the PTI had said it would not be part of the meeting due to the government’s actions against the party.

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