Government fully committed to eliminate terrorism: Nawaz Sharif

Notes that the country is observing Eidul Fitr in a sorrowful atmosphere due to terror related incidents.

Web Desk August 09, 2013
Nawaz Sharif pointed out that the government has already made a remarkable achievement in resolving the issue of circular debt and is now getting the problem of load-shedding gradually under control. PHOTO: FILE

RAIWIND: With two terror incidents on Eid day, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif reiterated his resolve to overcome the challenges faced by the country through effective measures, Radio Pakistan reported.

Addressing Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) parliamentarians‚ party workers and people from various walks of life at his resident in Raiwind‚ the premier said that his government will rise to the expectations and aspirations of the people.

Nawaz said that the government inherited a number of challenges from the previous regime‚ but the party was sincerely working to bring the country out of crises.

The prime minister pointed out that the government has already made a remarkable achievement in resolving the issue of circular debt and is now gradually getting the problem of load-shedding under control.

Nawaz further remarked the whole nation was celebrating Eidul Fitr in a sorrowful atmosphere due to the terrorism incidents in different areas. However, he said that the government is determined to eliminate terrorism and restore peace and stability in the country.


nizamuddin khan | 8 years ago | Reply How do we eliminate the terrorism menace? Do we have the will? I believe the PM seems to have that. Do we have the capability to arrest or kill or drive away the terrorists? Do we have the legal means to prosecute or even resort to death penalty. We need the the security and legal institutions to be prepared for an onslaught on terrorists. Whether we are discussing DI Khan or Bannu incidents or attacks on our armed forces (of course not by our favorite enemies to the east) by these terrorists who we know where to find, we have to have the will to act. Couple of headlines where a handful of terrorists are killed by FC or army does not help. We have to go after their leaders and money and begin to neutralize their ability to re-organize. We dislike what India is able to do in Kashmir...but I say let's follow their example in every province where terrorists have settled down and plan all their activities and train their followers. We may end up with an outcome that is much better to live with...or else let's get ready to be killed and humiliated.
Hedgefunder | 8 years ago | Reply

If the PM was serious, than the first step would be to shut down the Madrassas, which have been the breeding ground for these cockroaches, than actually seek outside help to deal with them, as its quite obvious that its beyond your institutions ability. Leave your Ghairat to one side and please ask Uncle Sam to assist, which they may oblige, however your sweeter than honey friend will not help as it simply not good business for them, rest assure ! Sadly there are no other options here, as the future is likely to be very bleak, and very strong possibility is that the state will implode from within in next few years on its current course.

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