On Board PM Special Plane, Apr 3(ANI): Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has said his government is in no hurry to re- open the NATO supply routes and a decision to that effect will be taken only after evolving a consensus at the Parliamentary Committee on National Security.
"Let the committee, which has representation from all political parties in parliament, decide what they want. The government has not set a timeframe for the committee to complete its deliberations and will wait for a final outcome," The Dawn quoted Gilani, as saying.
Referring to the recently held meeting on the issue of NATO supply lines, he said had his government wanted to enforce its own decision "there would have been no fun in sitting late up to 2am in the morning and listening to opposition parties".
The March 29 meeting held at the Prime Minister's Secretariat was attended by leaders of almost all political parties and the military's top brass, including the army and ISI chiefs, the Dawn reports.
Gilani expressed the hope that the Pakistan government would be able to reach an amicable solution, which would be accepted by all parties. (ANI)
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