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Army chief briefed over ‘repatriation of illegal foreigners’ during Karachi visit

Calls for synergy among all relevant departments for gainful effects of landmark initiatives

by NWMNewsDesk
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Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Asim Munir was briefed on the ‘repatriation of illegal foreigners’ among other matters during a Provincial Apex Committee meeting on his Karachi visit on Friday, the Inter-Services Public Relations said.

The army chief was received by Commander Karachi Corps upon his arrival in the port city.

A statement released by the military’s media wing said that matters such as the revised National Action Plan, operation in the Kacha (riverine) area, security of foreigners employed on China-Pakistan Economic Corridor projects in the province, and other private schemes were discussed in the meeting, where Sindh Caretaker Chief Minister Justice (retd) Maqbool Baqar was also in attendance

According to the ISPR, the high-level huddle also briefed the army chief on foreign currency regularisation measures, the Karachi Transformation Plan, Progress on the Special Investment Facilitation Council initiatives and Green Sindh initiatives.


On the occasion, COAS Gen Munir expressed resolve on the government and law enforcement agencies’ behalf to curb illegal activities in the country.

“LEAs and other government departments will continue the enforcement actions against a spectrum of illegal activities with full force to deny pilferage of resources and economic losses that the country suffers due to these activities,” the army chief said.

He also underscored the need for synergy among all relevant departments for the gainful effects of the landmark initiatives.

The participants affirmed that state institutions, government departments and people are united for the progress and prosperity of the province, the ISPR added.

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