ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: As many as 76 international non-governmental organisations (INGOs) have so far been authorized by the government to operate in Pakistan, the Senate has been told.
In a written reply to a question by Senator Rana Mahmood Ul Hassan, the Interior Minister Ijaz Ahmad Shah apprised the Upper House of the Parliament that the government of Pakistan has signed Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) with 76 INGOs; hence, registered with the Ministry of Interior.
List of 76 INGOs registered in Pakistan:
Meanwhile, the Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan told the Senate that 15 Special Police Stations have been established across the Country to deal with cyber-crimes.
Ali Muhammad Khan said that we also made cyber-crime wing fully functional by paying the outstanding salaries of its staff.
The minister said that about 15350 complaints regarding cyber bullying and harassment were received by the cyber-crime wing of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) during 2018-19. He said that over 8124 complaints have been addressed and 176 persons arrested.