Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl chief and chairman of the special parliamentary committee on Kashmir, Maulana Fazlur Rehman, on Saturday said the government should remove the reservations of Kashmiri leaders before granting the MFN status to India. Talking to reporters after chairing Kashmir committee meeting, Fazl said the Kashmiri leadership had serious reservation over Pakistan’s plans of granting MFN status to India for trade. He said the committee had recommended convening a joint sitting of the ministries of foreign affairs, commerce and Kashmiri leadership on the pending MFN issue. AJK leadership and Hurriyat Conference leaders also should also attended the meeting, he said. The JUI-F chief called the government’s decision of granting MFN status to India and Afghan Transit Trade Agreement as its failure. Fazl said Pakistan’s support for the right to self-determination of Kashmiris would be continued. He said he would ask the foreign and commerce ministries to hold meetings with Kashmiri leaders on granting the MFN status to India. Fazl said Pakistan condemned the arrest of Kashmiri activist Ghulam Nabi Fai who was kept in prison due to his support for Kashmir.