ISLAMABAD: Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has announced that the federal government would go for filing a First Information Report (FIR) in murder case of Dr, Imran Farooq.
Speaking at a news conference in Islamabad, Nisar said that the government assisted the joint investigation team in London since Farooq hailed from Pakistani nationality.
He also said that the registration deadline for the International NGOs has been prolonged to one month. Nisar said those INGOs, which are not registered till the deadline, would be stopped functioning inside the country.
“By extending the registration deadline, we want to send a message that the country is willing to work with the organizations that are ready to function according to Pakistani laws,” said the Minister.
About NGOS’ registration, Nisar said that almost 129 International Non-government Organizations have sought registrations and the verification process has begun. Meanwhile, the interior minister also denounced the terrorist attack in Karachi today which killed two military police personnel.
Nisar also deplored that fact that Pakistanis have been deported from different countries on suspicions of having links with terrorists.