Ijaz Shah

Eid-ul-Azha plan to be finalised next week: Minister

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Ijaz Ahmed Shah briefed the National Command and Operations Centre (NCOC) regarding Eid-ul-Azha management plan and associated hazards of cattle market and animal sacrifices in public places and urban areas. The NCOC forum was informed that plan

Ijaz Shah confirms Ehsanullah Ehsan escape from state custody

Interior Minister Ijaz Shah has confirmed that former Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Ehsanullah Ehsan has escaped from the custody of Pakistan security agencies. In an informal conversation with journalists in Parliament House, Ijaz admitted that the news of the Ehsanullah Ehsan’s

Regional peace mandatory for global harmony: Interior Minister

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Interior Brigadier retired Ijaz Ahmad Shah met with Chinese Ambassador Yao Jing at the Ministry of Interior and discussed a range of issues. The interior minister said achieving regional peace is significant for global harmony and

Alice Wells meets Ijaz Shah, discuss national, regional security

ISLAMABAD: Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Alice Wells met Interior Minister Ijaz Shah today (Monday) in Islamabad. Matters related to regional and national security came under discussion, during the meeting. At the occasion, Alice Wells

Nawaz, Maryam can’t travel as listed on ECL: Ijaz Shah

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Ijaz Shah has said that Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) leaders Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz could not travel abroad despite bails as their names were on the Exit Control List (ECL). Talking to the media, the minister

Fazlur Rehman will not stage a sit-down: Ijaz Shah

QUETTA: Pakistan’s Interior Minister Ijaz Ahmad Shah said that the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) loyalist Khursheed Shah cannot give tough time as criminal has been caught and put into jail, on Thursday. Ijaz Shah was talking to the reporters in

Federal Govt to launch new traffic regulations

ISLAMABAD: The federal government has decided to launch new traffic regulations complying with the international standards in the federal capital Islamabad. Interior Minister Ijaz Shah reached this decision while chairing a high-level meeting with other stakeholders. He directed the authorities