1,017 terrorist incidents took place during last six months: NA told

Recent Post1,017 terrorist incidents took place during last six months: NA told

1,017 terrorist incidents took place in country during last six months: NA told

ISLAMABAD: The federal minister for interior Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan told the National Assembly on Friday 1,017 terrorist incidents took place in different parts of the country during the last six months.

During the question hour session of the house on Friday, the interior minister said that 878 people including 232 security personnel were killed in those terrorist incidents.

The interior minister said that the compensation package will be enhanced for the security personnel martyred in terrorist attacks. He also said that a special package will be given to those who seriously injured in the attacks.

Must read

Recent News

ECP decides to implement SC’s order of allocating reserved seats to PTI

0
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has decided to implement the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s order regarding allocating the reserved seats in...

Interbank Dollar Rate Today in Pakistan – 19 July 2024

0
Interbank Exchange Rates in Pakistan The Interbank Closing Exchange Rate in Pakistan has been issued by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) for July 19,...

PM Shahbaz offers Pakistan’s support to Oman in dealing with terrorism

0
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Ambassador of the Sultanate of Oman Fahad Sulaiman Khalaf Al Kharusi paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif in...

Romina Khurshid lauds UK support for Pakistan Climate action

0
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Ministry of Climate Change and Environmental Coordination and government of United Kingdom have agreed to enhance collaboration to address climate change...

Pakistanis imprisoned in Sri Lanka to be brought back in seven days

0
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The High Commissioner of Sri Lanka Admiral (retd) Admiral Ravindra Chandrasiri Wijegunaratne met with the Federal Minister of Interior and Narcotics Control...
Advertisement