ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Tuesday said a substantial progress had been made regarding National Action Plan (NAP).
Addressing a news conference in Islamabad on Tuesday evening, he said the struggle had entered in the decisive phase to make Pakistan a peaceful country.
Interior Minister said verification of arms licenses was almost complete. He said arms licenses will stand cancelled after 31st of this month if they were not verified by the interior ministry or NADRA.
Chaudhry Nisar said the European Union had agreed to address our concerns regarding deportation of Pakistani citizens.
He said we have asked the European Union to share evidence if a Pakistani citizen was deported on the charges of terrorism and we would try him according to our own laws.
He said formal talks are going to be held next month in this regard.
“International NGOs have been given extension of one month for registration under the new policy framed by the government,” Khan said.
The interior minister said in the light of report of the Joint Investigation Team including British Scotland Yard, the government had decided to lodge an FIR in Dr Imran Farooq murder case in Pakistan.
The investigation during the last thirteen days led to arrest of 237 persons, he further said.