ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal Tuesday said the highest committee in the country was the National Security Committee and as such there was no four-member administrative forum where threats facing the state were discussed.
Speaking on the floor of the Senate, the interior minister said there are no threats facing Pakistan which were not in knowledge of the cabinet’s National Security Committee.
He said the committee meets on regular basis and all the state institutions are well aware of (all perils).
Iqbal said there was no such “information which a person could have in personal capacity.”
“There is nothing hidden from a people holding government offices,” he said.