The National Assembly was informed on Friday that the government is considering to raise the issue of Indian agency RAW's involvement in Pakistan especially in the province of Balochistan and FATA with the United Nations and other international forums.
Adviser on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz told the House during question hour that Pakistan has taken up the issue of RAW's activities in Pakistan with various foreign leaders.
He said during the foreign secretary level talks held in March this year, the foreign secretary had raised the issue with the Indian counterpart. He said the Prime Minister will also raise this issue at the General Assembly.
Replying to a supplementary question, he said the government has already condemned the recent terrorism incident took place in Gurdaspure India and rejected the Indian allegations of Pakistan's involvement in it. He said it has also been made clear that Pakistan has the capability to give befitting reply in case of any threat from Indian side.
Answering a question, Parliamentary Secretary Muhammad Shafqat Hayat Khan said there are approximately 3.8 million Pakistanis currently working in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries and efforts are being made to further increase manpower export to this region.
To a question, Shafqat Hayat Khan said Kuwait has not stopped renewal of visas to Pakistanis who are residing or working in Kuwait.
Replying to a question, Minister of State for Interior Muhammad Baligh-urRehman told the House that new trade policy will be announced soon focusing on increasing exports of the country.
Parliamentary Secretary for States and Frontier Regions Shaheen Shafiq informed the House that 7384 registered families of TDPs from South Waziristan have been returned to their homes while 63740 are remaining. She said 9006 unregistered TDP families from South Waziristan have also been returned to their homes.
Adviser on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz told the House that there are 2309 Pakistanis imprisoned in Saudi Arabia.
Speaking on a point of order, Malik Ibrar and Tahira Aurangzeb appreciated the operation carried out in Islamabad to remove the illegal Katchi Abadis after giving prior notices. They said this location was a den of criminals and most of them are Afghanis. They said the operation was carried out on the orders of Islamabad High Court. They said now the allottees of plots in this sector can get their plots.
The Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Sheikh Aftab Khan said that the government is responsible to maintain law and order situation in the country and take action against criminals. The house will now meet at five pm on Monday.