Pakistan

ISLAMABAD (Staff Report) – A two-member Pakistani security team, which was constituted by Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Khan following threats by extremists in India would leave for India on Monday (today).

On Sunday, the Indian high commission granted visas to the security team, which will review security arrangements ahead of the Pakistan cricket team’s visit there for the upcoming ICC World Twenty20 event.

The security team comprises three members — Director FIA Usman Anwar and Col. Azam from the Ministry of Interior will leave from Pakistan while the third member will join them from the Pakistan high commission in New Delhi.

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“The team will meet the Chief Minister Himachal Pradesh and the state police chief and will prepare a report which will be sent to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar,” a statement issued by the Pakistan interior ministry said.

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“The team will meet the Chief Minister Himachal Pradesh and the state police chief and will prepare a report which will be sent to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar,” the statement added.