Ministry Of Interior And Narcotics Control (pakistan) (Ministry)

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The Ministry of the Interior and Narcotics Control, also shortened to MoI, is a Cabinet-level ministry of the Government of Pakistan, tasked and primarily responsible for implementing the internal policies, state security, administration of internal affairs involving the state, and assisting the government on territorial affairs of Federally Administered Tribal Areas ( Fata), and insular areas of Provincially Administered Tribal Areas (PATA).

The ministry is administrated and led by the Interior minister of Pakistan, who is a leading member of cabinet of the Prime minister of Pakistan. The minister is currently located in Cabinet Secretariat in the Islamabad capital venue, and is currently led by Nisar Ali Khan.

The minister is required to be a member of parliament. During the martial regimes of Generals Ayub Khan and Yahya Khan, from 1962 till 1971, the Interior Minister was called Home Affairs Minister.
  • Basic Information
  • In Urdu:

    وزارت داخلہ اور منشیات کے کنٹرول

  • Details
  • Formed :

    August 14, 1947; 69 years ago

  • Jurisdiction:

    Federal Government of Pakistan

  • Executive:

    Shahid Khan, Secretary

  • Headquarters:

    Islamabad ICT, Pakistan

  • Section Officer (ANF):

    Mr. Khurram Shahzad Warraich

  • Deputy Secretary (Coord):

    Mr. Muhammad Khan Marwat

  • Deputy Secretary (Admn):

    Mr. Atta Hussain Hashmi

  • Senior Joint Secretary:

    Mr. Toaha Hussain Bugti

  • Federal Minister:

    Ch. Nisar Ali Khan

  • Services:

    Precursor Control, Treatment & Rehabilitation, Awareness Campaign

  • Type:

    Interior & Narcotics Control

  • Annual Budget:

    2,878 Rs in Million

  • Ministry Executives:

    Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, Minister

  • Secretary:

    Shahid Khan

  • Minister of State:

    Muhammad Baligh Ur Rehman

  • SPS to Secretary:

    Syed. Masroor Ahmed

  • Accountant:

    Mr. Pervaiz Akhtar

  • D.D.O:

    Mr. Muhammad Shafi Jan

  • Member of National Assembly Secretariat:

    Chairman:Rana Shamim Ahmad Khan

  • Member of Senate Secretariat :

    Chairman:Senator Muhammad Talha Mehmood

  • Child Agencies:

    Ahsan Iqbal, Minister

  • Website:

    https://www.interior.gov.pk/

Organisation

  • Minister of Interior
  • Secretary of Interior
  • Additional Secretary I
  • Joint Secretary Administration
  • Joint Secretary Political
  • Additional Secretary II
  • Joint Secretary Information & Communication Technology
  • Joint Secretary Civil Armed Forces
  • Additional Secretary III
  • Joint Secretary Immigration & Nationality
  • Joint Secretary Legal Affairs

bAgenciesb

  • Anti-Narcotics Force
  • Directorate General of Civil Defence
  • Directorate General of Immigration & Passports
  • Federal Investigation Agency[1]  Narcotics Control Division Monitoring of the implementation of policies on all aspects of narcotics and dangerous drugs.
    1. Phone: +92 51 9261647 
    2. Website : www.narcon.gov.pk

    Contact Info

    1. Room # 409, 4 th Floor R-Block 
    2. Pak Secretariat
    3. Islamabad, Capital Territory
    4. Tel: +92 51 9207544
    5. Fax: +92 51 9202624

    Anti-Narcotics Division

    Anti-Narcotics Force

    The Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) is a federal executive bureau under ministry, tasked with combating the drug smuggling and use within Pakistan[2] Anti Narcotics Force- ANF
    Name of Interior Minister  Entered Office  Left Office
     Fazal-ur-Rehman August 15, 1947             May 8, 1948
     Khwaja Shahabuddin  May 8, 1948                           November 26, 1951
     Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani November 26, 1951                  October 24, 1954
     Iskander Mirza October 24, 1954                      August 7, 1955
     A. K. Fazlul Huq August 11, 1955                     March 9, 1956 
     Abdus Sattar March 17, 1956                        September 12, 1956 
     Mir Ghulam Ali Talpur September 12, 1956                   March 18, 1958 
     Jalal-ud-din Jalal Baba March 18, 1958                     October 14, 1958 
     Zakir Husain June 14, 1960                          June 8, 1962 
     Khan Habibullah Khan Marwat June 13, 1962                           March 23, 1965 
     Ayub Khan March 23, 1965                       August 17, 1965 
     Chaudhry Ali Akbar Khan August 17, 1965                      November 30, 1966 
     Vice Admiral (R) Afzal Rahman Khan December 5, 1966                         March 25, 1969 
     Lt Gen Abdul Hamid Khan April 15, 1969                              August 3, 1969 
     Sardar Abdur Rashid Khan August 4, 1969                            February 22, 1971 
     Zulfikar Ali Bhutto December 24, 1971                May 1, 1972 
     Abdul Qayyum Khan May 13, 1972                           January 13, 1977 
     Zulfikar Ali Bhutto January 13, 1977                       March 28, 1977 
     Air Marshal Inamul Haq Khan January 14, 1978                       July 5, 1978 
     Mahmoud Haroon July 5, 1978                              November 18, 1984 
     Lt Gen Sardar Farooq Shaukat Khan Lodi       January 22, 1985                         March 23, 1985 
     Muhammad Khan Junejo April 10, 1985                        May 21, 1985 
     Muhammad Aslam Khan Khattak May 22, 1985                         March 29, 1987 
     Wasim Sajjad March 29, 1987                    July 28, 1987 
     Raja Nadir Pervez July 28, 1987                          December 4, 1988 
     Aitzaz Ahsan December 4, 1988                 August 6, 1990 
     Mian Zahid Sarfraz (caretaker) August 11, 1990                     November 6, 1990 
     Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain November 9, 1990                         July 18, 1993 
     Fateh Khan Bandial (caretaker) July 23, 1993                              October 19, 1993 
     Maj Gen (R) Naseerullah Babar October 21, 1993                          November 5, 1996 
     Omar Khan Affridi (caretaker) November 5, 1996                       February 17, 1997 
     Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain February 25, 1997                      October 12, 1999 
     Lt Gen (R) Moinuddin Haider November 6, 1999                          November 23, 2002 
     Faisal Saleh Hayat November 23, 2002                      August 25, 2004 
     Aftab Ahmad Sherpao August 25, 2004                          November 15, 2007 
     Lt Gen (R) Hamid Nawaz Khan (caretaker) November 16, 2007                       March 25, 2008 
     Rehman Malik March 25, 2008                    March 16, 2013 
     Malik Habib Khan(caretaker) April 2, 2013                      June 5, 2013 
     Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan June 7, 2013                           to Date 
     

    Ministry of Interior and Narcotics Control Pakistan

    General Instruction

    1. No column should be left blank. Incomplete forms with vague entries shall not be  accepted.[3]  General Instruction  Where applicable copies of supportive documents should be submitted  along with the application form.
    2. Applicants may use extra sheets, in case of insufficient space in the columns of the visa form.
    3. Two (02) passport size photographs should be attached with the visa form.
    4. Normal processing time for visa is 4-6 weeks.
    5. Applicants could be asked to appear for interview if required.
    6. On arrival, immigration formalities are mandatory. (Police registration is applicable in certain cases).
    7. Attach blank statement for business visit.
    8. Applicant’s family” includes spouse, son, daughter, father, mother.
    9. Please take a print out of the form and submit it to the nearest Pakistan Mission/Embassy along with the supporting documents.

    Visa Policy General

    1. Work Visa
    2. Business Visa
    3. Diplomatic UN Visa
    4. Family Visit Visa for Pak Origin Foreigners
    5. Group Tourism through Designated Tour Operators
    6. House Maid Visa
    7. Journalist Visa
    8. Missionary Work Visa
    9. NGOs Visa
    10. Overstay Charges
    11. Pilgrimage Visa
    12. Registration of Foreigners with Police
    13. Student Visa
    14. Tourist Visa
    15. Visa Extension in Pakistan
    16. Visa on Arrival to Businessmen of 66 Countries
    17. Visa to Third Country Foreigner


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