Efforts for stability, peace afoot: Ahsan


SIALKOT: Federal Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal said that the government was making efforts to ensure political and economic stability as well as peace in the country.

Addressing a meeting of the party workers in Narowal, interior minister added that the PML-N government had ended the darkness by spreading the light of national development, progress and prosperity. He said political and economical stability was vital for establishing durable peace.

He said that the world was acknowledging the sincere efforts and sacrifices of Pakistan against terrorism, adding that the nation stands united against terrorism and is  ready to sacrifice even their lives to defend every inch of the Motherland.

Meanwhile, the police have further tightened the security at all the churches in Sialkot, Daska, Sambrial and Pasrur tehsils for X-mass. The police have been put on red alert as the policemen and personnel of the law enforcing agencies were keeping a vigilant eye on the dubious persons.

The Christian community will celebrate the X-mass Day with traditional zeal, enthusiasm and religious fervor in Sialkot district. They have decorated and illuminated all the churches in Sialkot district. The day will dawn with special prayers for national peace, progress, prosperity as well. The Christians will also distribute sweets and exchange the X-mass gifts as well.


The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) decided to bring teachers of the local universities, colleges and schools under the tax net in Gujranwala Division.

According to FBR officials, it had finalised the notices to be issued to the tax payable professors, lecturers and teachers for bringing them under the tax net.

On the other side, the teachers strongly criticised the FBR decision and warned that it would have to face the strong reaction from the teachers’ community if it served on the recovery notices.


This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More