Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr A cluster of Pakistan’s civilian and military leaderships is expected to happen over previous Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s acceptance of his province’s involvement in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, top-level government sources said on Sunday. Sources aware of the development said a meeting of the National Security Committee, Pakistan’s highest forum, headed by the PM and ordered to consider national security and foreign policy matters, is probably going to occur in the next two days. Sharif’s remarks have started a debate in Pakistan with his opponents criticising him for toeing the Indian line while several praised him via social media for having the bravery to talk reality. Sharif had admitted openly on Friday that Pakistani terrorists were involvement with the 26/11 attacks and questioned why Ajmal Kasab and nine others were permitted to cross the border to do the attacks in Mumbai in 2008. He included that help for non-state actors prompted Pakistan’s global isolation. Measuring the continuous wave of discussions on the Mumbai assaults, previous interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said India used the Mumbai assaults for its own “despicable” plans. He pointed to India for declining to cooperate amid the examination of the case. “The trouble by India was the greatest obstacle in the examination. India wasn’t interested with a transparent examination,” he said. Sherry Rehman, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) representative and leader of the opposition in the Senate, slammed Sharif on Sunday, saying the former PM had upheld PM Narendra Modi’s position and compromised Pakistan’s story in the war against terrorism. “PPP rejects Nawaz Sharif’s statement and position on the Mumbai attacks,” she stated, including that inquiries were being raised all around the world following Sharif ‘s comments. Shahbaz Sharif, Nawaz’s younger brother and Pakistan Punjab’s CM, said his brother’s meeting was wound outside of any relevant connection to the issue at hand by his political rivals.