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Opposition no more threat to Prime minister Imran Khan: Rasheed

by April 9, 2021 General

Minister for Interior Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad has said that opposition is no more threat to Prime minister Imran Khan as their alliance has reached to its logical end.

Talking to media in Karachi on Friday he said that national economy has been put on right path.

Sheikh Rasheed said that provision of houses to low income people has been started and soon Ramzan package will be announced to give relief to the people in the holy month of Ramzan.

Earlier, the Interior Minister visited zonal office of the FIA in Karachi and expressed satisfaction over its performance.

Federal Minister for Interior Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed said that process of issuance of E-Passports in the country would commence from June, and a German company had been awarded the contract for the purpose.

The Minister said that the FIA and National Accountability Bureau had taken stern actions against many mafias including money launderers and sugar mafia.

On a query about Nawaz Sharif’s passport Sheikh Rasheed said that if Nawaz Sharif express any intention to return to the country, the Interior Ministry would issue him travel documents within 24 hours.

The Interior Minister concluded that Pakistan enjoyed congenial diplomatic relations with US, China and Afghanistan. Pakistan was playing key role in Afghan peace process.

Source: Radio Pakistan