Rana Sanaullah deposits gifts in Toshakhana

Rana Sanaullah

Islamabad: Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah has deposited the gifts, he received during his recent diplomatic trip to Iraq, to the national Toshakhana.

During the official visit, Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah was honoured with a collection of notable gifts, including five exquisite pistols and a state-of-the-art mobile phone.

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These valuable tokens, symbols of goodwill, were bestowed upon him by the Iraqi authorities as an expression of diplomatic rapport between the two nations.

The gesture of solidarity and mutual respect was a significant highlight of Minister Sanaullah’s trip, underscoring the bilateral relations between Pakistan and Iraq.

In accordance with the profound importance of these offerings, the Ministry of Interior has ensured their secure placement within the Toshakhana.

Minister Rana Sanaullah reiterated that these gifts hold great national significance and are entrusted to the care of the nation.

By preserving them within the confines of the national treasury, he further exemplifies the commitment to uphold their importance for future generations.

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