ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Brig (r) Ijaz Ahmad Shah called on Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday and has presented him the performance report of his ministry and relevant departments based on steps taken from August 2018 to April 2020.
In a meeting, Shah briefed PM Imran on developments in visa policy, terrorism, smuggling, operations against the land-grabbing mafia, and the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA).
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The interior minister told PM Imran that some 14 high-level committees of experts were formed and would present their recommendations on various issues within a month.
The interior minister further said that electronic visas were introduced to 175 countries around the world to promote investment and tourism in Pakistan, making it quite convenient to obtain a visa to the country.
A comprehensive policy was formulated to eradicate terrorism and a detailed strategy prepared and implemented to combat smuggling, he added.
At least 70 operations were carried out in Islamabad to recover 15,000 acres of land worth about Rs100 billion from the land-grabbing mafia, the federal minister informed PM Imran.
“NADRA is providing all possible support to other state agencies in the national interest,” he added. Adviser to PM on Accountability Barrister Shahzad Akbar was present in the meeting.