Inside Minister Sheik Rashid Ahmed on Thursday said the specialists might close the Chaman line crossing "for quite a while today" considering dangers.
Tending to a social event in Islamabad today, the pastor said he had addressed the Frontier Constabulary, following which the boundary the executives could choose to close the line.
The clergyman's comments come a couple of days after Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa reaffirmed that Pakistan's boundaries were secure notwithstanding the difficulties the nation faces and that the military were "ready to meet any circumstance".
While Rashid, in his assertion today, demonstrated of a security danger at the Chaman line, he demanded that the circumstance at the Torkham line was "ordinary".
The pastor said the Pakistan Army was conveyed at the boundary and that the powers were keeping a mind development along the gap.
He was of the view that emergency and slaughter in Afghanistan was taken care of, adding that "we need total harmony there."
The pastor said he had asked the Islamabad police boss to amplify its Eagle Squad.
"This area will be vital," Rashid said. "Islamabad is our capital and the entire world have their eyes on it."
He additionally featured the public authority's arrangement to patch up police headquarters at the edges of Islamabad.
'Govt prepared for public compromise'
Reacting to an inquiry, the inside serve said the commotion for a public government was a "fantasy". He did, nonetheless, say that the public authority was prepared for a "public compromise".
He remarked on the resistance's arranged long walk towards the capital, saying the "time isn't possible" for such a movement because of the advancing local circumstance. "Yet, in the event that they are tireless with their arrangement, the law implementation [agencies] will play out their obligations under the law to bargain [with any rule of peace and law situation]."
The pastor kept the presence from getting any American nationals in Pakistan, saying "the people who had shown up [from Afghanistan] have returned by means of the port. We permitted 600 Japanese yesterday and furthermore allowed the U-19 group of India, and in the event that any other individual asks in this way, we will give them a 21-day travel visa."
In light of another inquiry, Rashid said Indian media needed to lay the fault of the circumstance in Afghanistan on the ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence), adding that the Indian knowledge organization Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and Afghanistan's National Directorate of Security (NDS) were in a condition of despondency after the entirety of their arrangements "thwarted".
He further said that "all Pakistanis are pleased with their public establishments considering their administrations for the country."