Federal Minister for Interior Brig (retd) ijaz Ahmad Shah has said that anti-money laundering legislation was done in the larger interest of the country rather than benefiting any political party. Speaking at the inaugural ceremony of a Passport Office at the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) here on Friday, he said the laws were not meant to target any political party. He said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) politicians would also have to face these laws. To a question, the minister said no one was above the law and accountability, adding that all efforts were being made for betterment of economy. Brig Ijaz Shah said that Prime Minister Imran Khan was committed to revival of national economy and he was giving 60 per cent of his time for the purpose. He said that the PTI government was more into resolving the problems faced by the business community, adding that no other government had done much for the business community in the past.The interior minister said the services being provide at the LCCI under ‘One Window Smart Services’ are a role model for other chambers of Pakistan. He said the FIA cyber wing needed to be staffed, adding that few years back nobody was aware of the cyber-crimes. “This is a new phenomenon and the FIA was doing its best to control online crimes, frauds being committed through cyber space,” he added. Ijaz Shah said there was no harm in giving an account of the wealth you have and where you earned it. The new laws regarding money laundering being passed by the government were not meant to hurt common people, but those who were earning illegal money and were involved in laundering it.