LAHORE: PTI led federal government has decided to speed up the implementation of National Action Plan (NAP). The government has banned 11 proscribed organizations in this regard.
According to Dunya News, the interior ministry has banned Al-Anfal trust Lahore, Khidmat-e-Khalaq foundation and Dawat-ul-Arshad under National Action Plan.
According to Interior ministry, AlHamd trust Lahore and Alfazal trust has also been banned. Mosaic and Welfare trust Lahore and Al madina trust were also banned by interior ministry.
Maaz bin Jabal education trust Lahore, Al Isaar trust Lahore, Rehmat organization Bahwalpur and Al Furqan trust Karachi were also among the banned outfits.
Earlier, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi expressed that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) government will ensure the implementation of the National Action Plan (NAP).
Speaking to reporters in Islamabad, Qureshi said, “It is with regret that I say there was no encouragement on the political side for the National Action Plan. There was no commitment in the previous government; however, the PTI government is committed to ensuring the implementation of the NAP.”
“We have invited opposition before and invite them still to sit with us, to arrive at a consensus over NAP,” the foreign minister added.
Meanwhile, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Firdous Ashiq Awan said on Saturday strong and autonomous institutions, eradication of corruption and development of backward areas are the incumbent government’s priority.
She took to Twitter to respond to detractors of the PTI-led federal government.
Ms Awan said the people stands shoulder to shoulder with Prime Minister Imran Khan to valiantly and steadfastly sail through troubling times.
PM Khan’s goal is to find a permanent cure of the cancer that has ingrained in the system, she added.
“Eradication of corruption, poverty and inflation as well as development of the backward areas are our priorities.”
Firdous Ashiq Awan said history is testimony to the fact that severe criticism and opposition always made Imran Khan firm in his commitment and brought close to his goal.— Reporter