ISLAMABAD (Parliament Times) – Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Thursday eulogized Islamabad police and law enforcement agencies for establishing writ of the sate during critical period in the federal capital.
Addressing Police Darbar in Islamabad, he said that government is well aware of the responsibility of police and law enforcement agencies.
The Interior Minister rejected KPK Chief Ministerâ€™s assertion and said that Frontier Constabulary and other Law Enforcement Agencies belong to Pakistan and not to a particular province which maintained law and order. He said these agencies should not be dragged in politics.
He said extra security and full protocol were given to Pervaiz Khattak as KPK Chief Minster and added that he is welcomed to Islamabad as Chief Minister. Chaudhry Nisar asked him not to misguide the public to achieve the motives.
Ch. Nisar Ali Khan said that government in order to maintain law and order barred those groups who are bent to spread violence in the Capital. He said a particular group is not allowed to paralyze the capital as Pakistan is a nuclear state.
The Interior Minister rejected propaganda about permission given to Difa-e-Pakistan Council to hold a public meeting in Islamabad despite imposition of Section-144.
He said the Council sought permission and accepted conditions proposed by the district administration for the purpose. He also reminded critics that DPC is not a outlawed organization as it includes parties like PML (Q) and Jamat-e-Islami
Ch. Nisar Ali Khan said salaries of FC personnel are being increased by fifty percent immediately and remaining fifty percent would be hiked in June next year. He said a new recruit would get about thirty thousand rupees a month as against about seventeen thousand at the moment. He said FC personnel would also get internal security allowance irrespective of where they are deployed.
The Minister said it would be his endeavour to have a major hospital, colleges and university for children and families of the FC personnel.
He announced award of Commendation Certificates and prize of fifty thousand rupee each for the ten thousand FC personnel who were deployed for security duties in Islamabad and Punjab during political tension.