SIALKOT: Pakistan’s Defence Minister Khawaja Asif warned that Pakistan was at great danger if talks with the Taliban failed and the economy did not improve.
Speaking at a function here, Khawaja Asif he said that the government is fighting for the country’s survival.
Pakistan’s talks with Taliban militants have entered into the second phase and a meeting between the government committee and Taliban shura is expected to take place soon.
The government has dissolved its first four member committee tasked with holding peace talks and formed a new one to take the process forward.
Asif said the country was passing through a critical phase, adding that credit should be given to Nawaz Sharif as the judiciary would not have been restored had he not come out onto the streets.