ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said on Saturday said that the nation must unite to fight the war against terrorism.
"The solution is not to fight among ourselves, rather, we should unite as a nation and fight terrorism together," he said in reference to Karachi's Safora incident.
He said that the war on terrorism would be won at all costs to make the country a 'cradle of peace'.
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According to the minister, strict measures have been taken against miscreants and terrorists in the country due to which they were now "targeting soft targets in desperation."
He further added that terrorists aimed to drive a wedge in society through acts of terrorism and it is the responsibility of the entire nation and the political parties to commit to the defeat against terrorists.
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Commenting on the overall law and order situation in the country, he said that since the launch of the operation in June 2014 against terrorism, things had improved and reassured that further efforts to eradicate criminal acts would be beefed up.
Concluding, the minister informed that he was going to prepare a three-year schedule for each union council which he would then also prepare for each province.
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