The former ISI official and now chairman Defence of Human Rights organisation Khalid Khwaja, made this disclosure against the constant denial from Sharif's party Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) that he never met the al-Qaeda chief.
Talking to ARY news on the programme Eleventh Hour, Khwaja said that he had arranged meetings between Laden and Sharif on Laden's request and the PML-N chief had held five meetings with the al-Qaeda chief so far.
"I challenge the deniers of such meetings and can present solid evidences in this respect," Khwaja was quoted as saying.
Hoping that Sharif would not 'tell a lie' in this regard, Khwaja claimed that he had met the al-qaeda chief over a hundered times, but not after the 9/11 attacks.
Responding to this, PML-N said, "The claims by Khalid Khwaja regarding the meetings between Nawaz Sharif and Osama bin Laden were "meaningless."