To improve national security and reduce potential threats, the new government has taken a bold move by prohibiting the issue of arms permits.
After taking on his duty as an official, temporary interior minister Sarfraz Bugti made the choice. The minister was given the opportunity to familiarize himself with the Ministry of Interior and its associated divisions during a meeting with high-ranking officials.
Minister Bugti underlined his commitment to battling terrorism and defending the country and its people. He welcomed the creation of a plan to secure everyone’s safety, regardless of their background or religious beliefs.
In highlighting the fundamental right to freedom of movement inside the nation, Bugti highlighted that the state has a solemn responsibility to protect each person. He declared that no group would be allowed to use violence to further their goals.
It is noteworthy that National Assembly members rudely protested the delayed issuing of arms permits in the months immediately to the joint government’s require coming to an end. Issues were also expressed regarding the government’s inactivity toward this issue.