KARACHI: The Sindh authorities has cancelled the registration of 1,000 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) everywhere in the province for violating the foundations, ARY Information reported.
In a press release, Sindh Social Welfare Secretary Nawaz Sheikh mentioned that the federal government rescinded the registration of 1,000 NGOs as that they had did not submit audit and elections studies to the involved division.
He mentioned that the NGOs had been registered in Karachi, Sukkur and Larkana. The secretary maintained that the Sindh authorities had cancelled registration of 5693 NGOs for violating the foundations prescribed by the federal government concerning their functioning to this point.
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Earlier on November 17, Sindh authorities had determined to droop the registration of 2500 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) out of 10,500, citing sources.
Muhammad Nawaz Shaikh, the secretary of Sindh social welfare division had mentioned that solely 4000 NGOs are working and never a single organisation has submitted its annual audit report. Shaikh had warned that the provincial authorities will take obligatory motion in opposition to the organisations.
He had added that the provincial authorities will begin suspending the registration of NGOs from December.