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Federal cabinet approved inclusion of 35 names in ECL

Federal cabinet approved inclusion of 35 names in ECL

Federal cabinet approved inclusion of 35 names in ECL

Federal cabinet approved inclusion of 35 names in ECL

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ISLAMABAD: The Federal Cabinet approved the inclusion of 35 names in the Exit Control List (ECL), barring them from leaving the country.

This decision comes amidst ongoing efforts to combat corruption and financial crimes. While approving 4 persons to go abroad under one-time permission, the cases of 26 persons were postponed based on various reasons.

According to sources, names have been included in the ECL in cases of corruption, crimes, and damage to national exchequer.

On the summary of the Ministry of Interior, approval has been taken from the federal cabinet through circulation, and approval was also given to remove the names of 30 persons from the exit control list while 4 persons were allowed to go abroad under one-time permission.

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Former Commissioner Rawalpindi Chattha announced his resignation from the post a few days ago, alleging serious irregularities in the election.

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