A National Security Committee meeting was held on Friday to discuss issues affecting Pakistan, such as economic problems, an increase in terrorism incidents, and the Punjab elections. Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif chaired the meeting, which included discussions with DG ISI, DG FIA, federal ministers, and cabinet members. The committee agreed to maintain a zero-tolerance policy against terrorism and take action against it. They also discussed Pakistan’s internal security, economic conditions, and the Supreme Court’s decision on the Punjab elections. Representatives from the Ministry of Finance debated the availability of funds for the elections. The meeting took place during a time of economic and political crisis in the country, as well as tension between the judiciary and the executive over the federal government’s refusal to accept the Supreme Court’s verdict ordering Punjab elections to take place on May 14.
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