He expressed these views while chairing a meeting to review the progress on National Action Plan for the elimination of terrorism and extremism from the country, here at the PM’s House.
He said, “We have the determination not to be at ease till the elimination of last terrorist from our country.”
The Prime Minister was briefed on legislative and administrative measures as well as the progress on sub-committees regarding implementation of the National Action Plan.
It was approved that Gilgit-Baltistan and AJK Councils would also adopt the 21st Constitutional Amendment as well as amendment in the Army Act to facilitate formation of military courts in those areas.
The Prime Minister was informed that since December 23, 2014 in Punjab and Islamabad Capital Territory, 164 cases had been registered for use of hate speech and material while 157 persons were arrested. Also, 40 printing presses and shops were sealed.
On misuse of loudspeakers, 1,994 cases had been registered with arrest of 1,088 persons.
It was noted that information from provinces other than Punjab, was still awaited.
The Prime Minister is personally supervising the progress of National Action Plan and its holistic and speedy implementation.
In next few days, another meeting will be convened to review the progress on all the 20 points of the Action Plan.
Interior Minister, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan; Special Assistant to PM on National Affairs, Irfan Siddiqui; Special Assistant to PM, Barrister Zafarullah; Political Secretary to PM, Dr. Asif Kirmani; Secretary Interior, Attorney General and National Coordinator NACTA
attended the meeting, besides senior officials.
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— The Daily Mail - People's Daily