Senate Body on Interior approves NACTA amendment Bill


The Senate Standing Committee on Interior has approved the National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA) amendment bill and also approved the resolution condemning Indian Brutalities in Kashmir.
The committee meeting was held on Tuesday with Rehman Malik in chair. Soon after the commencement of the meeting, a resolution against Indian adversities in Indian Occupied Kashmir was approved demanding UN to pressurize India to lift curfew in Kashmir.
The committee also offered Fateh for the Victims who died during the October 2008 massive earthquake in AJK and KP.
Commenting over the passage of the amendment in NACTA, Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Azam Swati told that the chairman NACTA will lead the committee while interior minister will be the head of the board rather prime minister.
DIG Punjab briefed the committee over the rape with kids and said only 12 cases were registered out of 100 missing kids as the dead bodies of the missing children were found at deserted areas. He apprised the committee that the initial report suggested that the prime accused of the case Sohail Shehzad was also the victim of the rape during his childhood and was working on Tandoor.
Expressing satisfaction over the arrest of rape accused, Rehman Malik said Punjab police should bring the case to its logical end.—INP

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