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Shehryar Khan Afridi the Minister of State for Interior has recently said that the government is going to soon launch a national database for the criminals. He made this announcement on Monday.

Sheyryar Khan Afridi has said that the government will take all of the stakeholders in confidence and a comprehensive policy will be designed to cope with the growing street crimes in the metropolitan city.

He also said that the country economy won’t flourish until the business community of the country is not given an ownership of their voices to go unheard.

“We will design a policy with consensus and consultation of the provinces to address the issues of the business community,” Afridi assured.

He also said that no one’s voice will go unheard during the PTI’s government.

“Dishonoring the commitments has been a norm in the previous governments, but we are here to undo the wrongdoings of our predecessors,” said the State minister while taking a jibe at PML-N and PPP-led governments.

 “This communication (the meeting) will not go under the carpet. I will go and make all the (18) departments under my ministry to consult with you and address your grievances on a priority basis,” he added.

Later on, the Minister of State called on Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah in Karachi. The two dignitaries who deliberated on making the national database for the criminals and sources say, a consensus has been reached.

Shehryar Khan Afridi assured that the CM Shah of the federal government’s to have full cooperation to control and curb the criminal activities in the province.