PM to listen to public complaints directly on helpline

March 1, 2015 Off By Web Desk

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif will soon restart a helpline to directly listen to the complaints of the people.

This was stated by Parliamentary Secretary of Interior Maryam Aurangzeb in an interview on Monday. Maryam Aurangzeb said that implementation of National Action Plan to counter terrorism is the foremost priority of the government to make the country a cradle of peace.

She said Prime Minister himself overseeing the implementation progress of the plan. To a question, she said government has no intention at this stage to restart issuing new arms licenses. She pointed out that previous record of arms licenses is being corrected and digitized.

To another question, she said a comprehensive bill has been prepared for facilitation of the persons with disabilities. She said mobile SIMs verification is important point of the National Action Plan and it will help improve security situation in the country.

She asked the people to soon get their SIMs verified. She said government has no intention to shut or control Madaris. However, she said their registration is imperative. She said notices have been issued to 53 unregistered Madaris in the federal capital. She said registration of Afghan refugees is also being streamlined.

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