ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Interior Shehryar Khan Afridi said on Tuesday no compromise of any kind on constitution and law and making efforts where no one would be above the law.
Addressing a press conference in federal capital, the minister said his visit of Quetta, along with Special Assistant to Prime Minister Syed Zulfi Bukhari, was successful and the Hazara community agreed to call-off the sit-in after dialogues. He said will recompense every oppression suffered by the Hazara community. He said people of Balochistan possess an exemplary patriotic affection.
Afridi said protection of citizens’ life and property is responsibility of state and outfits being cause of infamy will be made an example of.
The minister said determined to implement National Action Plan (NAP) and a committee comprised of experts has been formed for NAP. He said will ensure efforts have been taken for the implementation of NAP.
Afridi said no one will be discriminated in new Pakistan and the government has taken revolutionary steps for making positive identity of the country.
Afridi said introduced new visa policy along with reforms in foreign policy. He said we have to prove that we are a decent nation through our character.
In a message to Pakistani youth, Afridi said to give respect to their foreign guests.