ISLAMABAD: The Senate was informed on Friday that a proposal to construct four more entry gates along the border with Afghanistan is under consideration to effectively monitor the cross border movement of the people.
Minister of State for Interior Muhammad Balighur Rehman told the House during question hour that these gates will be erected at South Waziristan, North Waziristan, Kurram Agency and Mohmand Agency.
The Minister of State said that two entry gates at Torkham and Chaman are already operational and will be upgraded by 2020.
Responding to the questions about implementation of National Action Plan, he said that instruments are in place to check the terrorist financing and in this regard accounts of several thousand suspicious have also been blocked. He said since the launch of NAP 1865 terrorists have been killed and 5611 arrested.
He said that 414 terrorists have also been executed under anti-terrorism act. He said that steps have also been taken towards dismantling the network of terrorists.
Balighur Rehman told the House that a policy is in place to monitor the operations of International NGOs. He said the present government has introduced a new registration policy for the INGOs.
Under this policy, 142 NGOs operating in the country applied for registration. Of these, 58 have been registered as per the laid down procedure. NNI