ISLAMABAD- The Interior Ministry has given the permission to the International Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), ‘Save the Children” to recommence its operations in Pakistan.
As per the sources state, Pakistan administration has suspended its order in the face of United States (US) pressure.
Revoking its June 11 order to seal the charity’s offices, which was given in regard with the controversy in 2012, where the organization was alleged to have fostered the tracking down of Osama Bin Laden in Abbottabad.
Nevertheless, the government has made the decision to let the organization operate until the laws are formed to regulate the working of NGOs in the country.
The suspension of order is apparently the result of the concerns expressed by US when Pakistan cracked down on the NGOs and demanded a transparent process, properly standardized and streamlined which will let the international NGOs to work in the country under a legal framework.
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