Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmad has said fencing along the border with Afghanistan will be completed whilst taking on board the new Afghan set up.
Talking to the media persons in Islamabad on Friday, he said an area of twenty-six hundred kilometres has been fenced whilst the remaining twenty-one kilometres will also be completed.
The Interior Minister said the present government inherited difficult economic situation and due to the loot and plunder of the past rulers, it had to approach the International Monetary Fund. He was confident that the rupee will appreciate against dollar in the days ahead.
Sheikh Rashid said the government will not create any hurdle in the way of two separate marches being organized by the opposition parties. He, however, pointed out that local body elections are being held in the next four months whilst foreign dignitaries will also visit Pakistan in the month of March for the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers meeting.
Talking about country's political situation, the Interior Minister said that the PTI-led government will complete its constitutional tenure and will also return again for the next tenure.
About two separate marches announced by the opposition parties, Sheikh Rashid said the opposition has no vision to understand the prevailing situation of the country as they have selected the wrong time slot for holding protests.