Interior Ministry allows 73 NGOs to work in country
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The Interior Ministry has allowed 73 NGOs to work in the country.
The decision was made during a meeting chaired by Interior Minister Ch Nisar on Thursday. The ministry stopped 33 NGOs from work.
Speaking on the occasion, Ch Nisar also appreciated the role of NGOs towards making the registration process a success.
He directed that the NGOs failing to secure approval during the registration process should be given right to make appeal before the Ministry.
It was decided that details of approved and non-approved NGOs along with their past projects will be placed on Ministry’s website.
The meeting was informed that the FIA has developed a system for the processing of information received from multitude sources regarding the Most Wanted Human Traffickers.
Besides, FIA is also preparing a database of all most wanted traffickers enabling the agency to have the complete details of MWTs and take concrete steps for their arrests.
The minister said that after having completed the process of collecting information about MWT, all out efforts should be made to apprehend these criminals. He said assistance from provincial governments, civil armed forces and other law enforcement agencies should also be sought in this regard to finish the agenda at hand.