Extremist groups active through out the country: NA told

ISLAMABAD: National Assembly was informed Friday that during the decade long war against terrorism, Pakistan has suffered a loss of almost eighty billion dollars as well as loss of fifty thousand precious lives of civilians and law enforcement agencies. The Parliamentary Secretary for Interior, Maryam Aurangzeb informed the House during question hour that Pakistan has been victim of terrorism for over ten years. The extremist groups have been active throughout the country with their own ideology and motives. She said compensation is being provided to the victims of terrorism under different packages.
Maryam Aurangzeb while replying to another question informed the House that there is a proposal under consideration of the ICT administration to establish a new hospital along-with diagnostic laboratory in rural areas of Islamabad.
She said a PC-1 of the project titled “Establishment of Islamabad General Hospital at Tarlai, Islamabad” prepared at an estimated cost of over 1.9 billion rupees and submitted to the Planning and Development Division for approval of Central Development Working Party.
Parliamentary Secretary for Interior told the House that National Alien Registration Authority (NARA) has registered a total of 14369 aliens from January 2008 to August 2014 without biometrics.
After merger of NARA in NADRA a total number of 3952 aliens were registered along-with biometrics from August 21 to November 26 this year. INP

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