Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed said that an online visa facility has been provided for 192 countries.
Addressing media in Rawalpindi on Saturday, he said that 1.5 million Afghan refugees are allowed to live in Pakistan. He said two hundred thousand illegal cards have been blocked.
He added that two hundred thousand applications were received in a day for online visas.
Moreover, Rasheed also informed the media that 300 mobile vans of NADRA will visit areas across Pakistan to facilitate the masses.
“Eagle Squad, equipped with the latest technology, will soon be introduced for the security of Islamabad.”
Furthermore, he said that the passport of Nawaz Sharif is expiring on the 16th of next month and it will not be extended.
Above all, he warned that strict action will be taken against the people using derogatory remarks against the state institutions.
Earlier, Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed has said that a case will be registered against Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) leader Mufti Kifayatullah over his anti-army statements.
Sheikh Rashid was apparently quoting Mufti Kifayatullah in a TV program in which the JUI-F leader has passed provocative remarks against national institutions.
“It has been decided to file a case against Mufti Kifayatullah in Lahore. His insolence against our great army is unbearable who has made unspeakable sacrifices,” the Home Minister said.
He also told another news channel that action would be taken against the armed forces in accordance with the constitution and law.