Supreme Court should not advertise banned outfits name in remarks: Interior Minister
ISLAMABAD: A high-level meeting of Interior ministry officials was held under the chairmanship of Interior Minister Ch. Nisar here at Tuesday. Federal Interior Secretary and others high officials participated in the meeting.
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As per details, 25 INGOs were given formal approval to work in Pakistan after their clearance in the meeting. Ch. Nisar ordered to District Administration of Islamabad to cancel the license of those 27 private security companies which did not submit their data yet.
Ch. Nisar also ordered IG Islamabad to clear the official offices from the residencial areas of Islamabad in the light of SC verdict. Interior Minister further said that the he accepts the verdict of court and it should be implemented by government but SC judges should not advertise a terrorist’s outfit by using its name in their remarks.
Talking about the safe city project he hoped that it will be operational till April.