Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar, the acting prime minister, gave the police forces strict orders on Monday to target drug dealers who distribute cocaine and other narcotics in and around the federal capital’s educational institutions.
As the meeting’s chair, he stressed that the state’s main duty was to protect people’s lives and property within the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT).
The administration of ICT, the state of law and order, and the problems with drugs were all covered in detail at the conference.
In addition to giving the go-ahead for the Dolphin Force to be established in Islamabad, he also instructed the relevant authorities to take extra precautions for the safety of schools.
The Capital Development Authority’s development initiatives, the ICT Police’s performance, unlawful encroachments, and other matters were covered in detail during the meeting.
Additionally, Kakar gave the order to begin an all-out offensive against encroachment and unlawful possession of the federal capital’s property, including Margalla National Park.
He recommended taking prompt action to eliminate parking and traffic problems in the federal capital that are brought on by automobile showrooms located across the city.
He gave the order to create a detailed plan for the establishment of a Car City in Islamabad for the sale and purchase of automobiles.
According to him, a practical plan should be developed to ease traffic congestion.
The country’s capital cities, including Islamabad, should have a centralized digital system for vehicle registration, according to the acting prime minister.
According to him, outdated cars should be granted fitness certificates in accordance with global climate change regulations.
He remarked that all over the nation, driving licenses should be issued in a transparent and efficient manner.
In a separate development, the interim prime minister declared that Sikh pilgrims traveling to Pakistan to visit their sacred sites were guests of Pakistan while presiding over a conference to examine the visa options being offered to the Sikh Yatrees by the Pakistani government.
He gave the relevant authorities instructions to provide the Sikh Yatrees with the best possible accommodations so they could attend their religious celebrations in Pakistan.
He was informed about the Sikh festivities that take place all year round as well as the resources available to pilgrims to obtain visas.
According to him, facilities up to par with international standards must be provided for Sikh Yatrees entering Pakistan through the Kartarpur Corridor.
The gathering was briefed by the Interior Ministry on Sikh visa facilities, the time frame for visa issuance, administrative matters pertaining to the Kartarpur Corridor, and Sikh annual festivals.
While this was going on, the interim prime minister of Sindh, Justice (retd) Maqbool Baqir, spoke with him about the ongoing efforts to combat electricity theft and smuggling in the region.
They discussed administrative issues and Sindh’s state of law and order during the meeting.
To assist the Universal Health Coverage Programme, Pakistan and the World Health Organization (WHO) inked a Memorandum of Understanding.
On this occasion, the caretaker PM was also in attendance.
The MoU was signed on behalf of both parties by Dr. Baseer Achakzai, Director General of Health, and Dr. Palitha Gunarathna Mahipala, Country Director of WHO.
The WHO has extended support under the MoU for the supply of medical supplies, ambulances, and renovations to primary and secondary healthcare facilities as well as mobile units.
The initiative is expected to cover over 90% of primary healthcare services. Dr. Baseer stated at the time that the WHO had been supplying 450 health centers in remote rural areas with ambulances and other amenities.
On this occasion, keys of ambulances and mobile units were also given to the acting prime minister.