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Interior Minister inaugurates the first passport office in Miranshah

Interior Minister inaugurates the first passport office in Miranshah

Interior Minister inaugurates the first passport office in Miranshah – the district headquarters of North Waziristan today (Saturday).

While addressing the ceremony, Sheikh Rashid Ahmed said the incumbent government is paying special attention towards the uplift of the merged districts.

Interior Minister inaugurates the first passport office in Miranshah

He acknowledged the unprecedented sacrifices of the tribal people to safeguard motherland from enemies.

The Interior Minister also lauded the support of tribal people to the armed forces for restoration of durable peace in the region.

Furthermore, he said immigration process will be made easy at Pak-Afghan border to facilitate movement at border.

He announced establishment of a passport office at Angor Adda, shortly.

Sheikh Rashid Ahmed  further noted restored internet service in South Waziristan.

He announced to extend it to North Waziristan this year.

He also announced two NADRA mobile vans for registration process in remote areas of North Waziristan.

Govt assures tribal elders of Wana to fulfil promises

Meanwhile, Government assured tribal elders of Wana to fulfil promises.

Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid gave assurances to the tribal elders, while addressing the tribal elders in Wana.

He said that the government would fulfil all the promises made with them.

Sheikh further said that people of tribal districts have rendered numerous sacrifices along with Pakistan Army to maintain peace in the region.

Moreover, he underlined uplift of tribal districts including Waziristan among the priorities of the incumbent government.

GTV

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