January 28, 2022
ISLAMABAD - National Security Advisor Dr. Moeed Yusuf on Friday termed a daily Dawn report regarding his briefing to a National Assembly Standing Committee as “mischaracterized” and quotes attributed to him “incorrect.”
On Thursday, the NSA briefed the Standing Committee of the National Assembly on Foreign Affairs on the recently released national security policy.
In a tweet, the security advisor said: “The briefing to the standing committee on foreign policy was on camera and on the record. What was said can be verified by the Committee. The story below is mischaracterised, and quotations attributed to me, are incorrect.”
MNA Ehsan Tiwana, the chairperson of the Standing Committee, also questioned the reporting of the proceedings. “This story mischaracterises several aspects of what was presented to the Standing Committee. The briefing highlighted the positivity in terms of the engagement between Pakistan and the interim Afghan government.”
The NSA seems unhappy with the story published on dawn.com on Thursday under the headline - Afghan soil still being used against Pakistan, Moeed Yusuf tells NA body. However, in the print edition, the story regarding the meeting has the headline: Opposition to fencing not Taliban’s policy: NSA.
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