"The participants observed that it was very unfortunate that the opinion arising out of either misconceptions or grievances was being presented in disregard of concrete facts and realities", the statement by the PM House said.
The NSC meeting also unanimously "rejected the allegations and condemned the fallacious assertions".
The former premier approached what is seen as a red line in the country by touching on criticism of Pakistan's armed forces, especially their alleged use of proxies in India, in the interview with Dawn newspaper published over the weekend.
The NSC clarified that India is responsible for probe into Mumbai attacks not Pakistan.
"Militant organizations are active".
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Nisar's comments came in the wake of a statement by ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif who questioned Pakistan's policy to allow the "non-state actors" to cross the border and "kill" people in 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. "Explain it to me", he asked, in a clear reference to the Mumbai killings blamed on 10 Pakistani terrorists. Sharif's admission that militants carried out a mayhem in India and Pakistan's inability to complete the trial opened the floodgates as the Indian establishment and media jumped onto the stage to pick up the issue. "President Putin has said it. President Xi has said it", Mr Nawaz had said.
"After all, it was (the then) Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who, resisting all pressures, took the most important and most hard decision on national security in Pakistan's history by making the country a nuclear power in May 1998", the spokesman said while referring to the nuclear tests conducted by Pakistan in a tit-for-tat move against India 20 years ago. He reiterated his support for the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader and said: "Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and I stand behind our Quaid (leader)". "What did I say that was wrong in the interview?"
Despite the controversy provoked by his words, including an attempt by the PMLN to frame it as a case of misreporting, Sharif has refused to budge from his initial statement.
In response to a question on civil military issues in the country, Abbasi said misunderstandings occur but are removed when facts are brought to the fore.
India's foreign ministry is yet to respond but defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman described Sharif's comments as a "serious disclosure".
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The press conference has not been aired on any television channel so far.
"Nawaz's statement is tantamount to treason".
What he was referring to is the stalled trial in a Rawalpindi anti-terrorism court. He claimed that the former prime minister's rivals were targeting him to gain political mileage ahead of the general elections. One of them was caught and hanged.
"If you suggest the [government] "allowed" any action against another country then [you are] suggesting official complicity", said PPP Senator Sherry Rehman.
Pakistan's former interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Sunday said the "uncooperative attitude" and "stubbornness" of the Indian government has been the biggest obstacle in the Mumbai terror attacks trial reaching a conclusion, according to a media report.
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