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Interior Ministry orders 18 INGOs to leave Pakistan within 60 days

ISLAMABAD: Interior Ministry on Sunday has barred 18 International Non-Governmental Organisations (INGOs) from working in Pakistan and ordered them to leave the country within 60 days. The 18 banished INGOs comprise nine of the United States, three of the United Kingdom and two from Holland, in addition to one from Ireland, Denmark, Italy and Switzerland each. According to details, the Ministry has granted 60 days to the cited organizations to wind up their work and fly back to their countries. The Ministry has…

Nisar directs to complete INGOs registration by next month

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Friday directed to complete registration of all International Non-Governmental Organisations (INGOs) according to the new rules and regulations by next month. The interior minister chairing a high level meeting said the completion of registration process under the new regulations will bring transparency and prove vital for Pakistan's security. Nisar said the new system is further aimed to strengthen partnership between government and non-governmental…