PM directs provincial govts for beefing up security arrangements

 
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Islamabad: July 11 (TNS): Prime Minister Justice (Retd) Nasir-ul-Mulk on Wednesday chaired a meeting on law and order at Prime Minister’s Office.

The meeting was attended by Minister for Interior Mr. Muhammad Azam Khan, Minister for Law Syed Ali Zafar, Secretary to the Prime Minister Mr. Suhail Aamir, Secretary Interior Mr. Yousaf Naseem Khokhar, Director General Intelligence Bureau Mr. Ihsan Ghani, National Coordinator NACTA Dr. Muhammad Suleman, Additional Secretary to the Prime Minister Mr. Kazim Niaz and other senior government officials.

Overall law and order situation in the country in the wake of upcoming General Elections 2018 was reviewed during the meeting.

Prime Minister Justice (Retd) Nasir-ul-Mulk directed the Ministry of Interior to issue instructions to the provincial governments for beefing up security arrangements across the country. The Prime Minister further directed that local administration/law enforcement agencies should contact political leadership so as to apprise them regarding security arrangements being made by the Government and seek their cooperation to avoid happening of untoward incidents.

The Prime Minister also decided to visit all the provinces to review security arrangements in place for peaceful and smooth conduct of the upcoming General Elections 2018.