Sharif said that the court would decide Afridi's fate according to Pakistani law, Dawn News reports.
The U.S. authorities have been pressurising Pakistan from a very long time to hand over Afridi to America.
He is accused of colluding with the banned militant outfit Lashkar-i-Islam, and its chief Mangal Bagh.
Afridi was convicted and sentenced to 33 years of imprisonment in May 2012 by a tribal court for his involvement in anti-state activities.
However, a judicial official overturned his jail sentence in August 2013, but Afridi remained in detention.
--ANI (Posted on 29-10-2013)