Govt summons meeting to review execution of 'National Action Plan'

The meeting will also discuss how to form military courts to try jet black terrorists


Zahid Gishkori January 06, 2015
Officials said that heads of intelligence agencies and other law enforcements agencies will brief the interior minister. STOCK IMAGE

ISLAMABAD: The government has summoned a meeting on Wednesday to review execution of the national action plan, and to discuss how to form military courts to try jet black terrorists, officials said.

The meeting, which will be chaired by Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, is also expected to discuss the next stage of this issue as President Mamnoon Hussain signs the recently passed constitutional amendments by the Parliament.

The National Assembly and the Senate had on Tuesday passed the 21st Constitutional Amendment Bill 2015 and Pakistan Army Act 1952 (Amendment) Bill 2015.

Officials said that heads of intelligence agencies and other law enforcements agencies will brief Nisar. The National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA), National Crisis Management Cell and coordinators of provincial home departments will update the meeting about the implementation over national action plan.

COMMENTS (3)

Mohammad Ali Siddiqui | 6 years ago | Reply

There is a need to induct civilians of good reputation across the in ISI so that every one should report about the activities of other person in order to eradicate terrorism from grass root level.

The present set up of ISI should be extended in order to make Pakistan safe from within and foreign enemies.

If ISI pay good salaries to their extended hands it will make the Armed Forces and the Country more powerful than ever before.

Non necessarily that one ISI agent of one provice should work in other province. If the people from one city works in the same city for ISI, it will get more input tyen ever before.

sabi | 6 years ago | Reply

One day this minister has to quit his job for obvious reasons.He is a hidden mullah.

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