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Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi Addresses Speculation of ‘Differences’ with PM

ISLAMABAD: Federal Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi dismissed any notions of discord with Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, asserting that those searching for supposed differences between them would be disappointed. He assured that a decision regarding the crackdown on illegal Afghan residents would be forthcoming.

Naqvi also announced the full operationalization of Necta, addressing concerns over delays in passport issuance, which he pledged to rectify promptly, emphasizing his commitment to household sanctity.

Responding to opposition allegations of misconduct during his tenure as caretaker chief minister, Naqvi stated that he never instructed the police to mistreat women at home.

Regarding security measures for Chinese residents, he indicated emergency initiatives underway to address the matter promptly. Naqvi underscored his enduring relationship with the Prime Minister spanning 25 years, characterized by fraternal respect, dismissing rumors of discord as inconsequential.

He expressed support for an independent visa policy, particularly advocating for easier visa procedures for Sikhs, aiming to facilitate their travel to Pakistan.

Discussing his preferences between portfolios, Naqvi stated a preference for the Pakistan Cricket Board over the Interior Ministry, highlighting his passion for cricket.

During his visit to the Islamabad Police Facilitation Centre, Naqvi emphasized the importance of providing visa-on-arrival facilities to Sikhs, with plans for phased implementation extending beyond Indian Sikh citizens.

Naqvi also discussed initiatives for the establishment of a forensic laboratory and prison in Islamabad, aiming to enhance crime control and police efficiency. Plans include the transformation of police stations and the upgrading of the Safe City project.

He proposed the recruitment of two thousand police personnel in Islamabad to bolster security measures, particularly for Chinese nationals. Naqvi affirmed the continuous operation of the Public Facilitation Center, offering a range of services, and reiterated the commitment to ensure the security of Chinese nationals and the initiation of action against illegal Afghan nationals.

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