Over 2,000 terrorists killed under National Action Plan, NA told

ISLAMABAD: The National Assembly was informed on Friday that a total of 2,159 terrorists have been killed and 1,724 arrested by the law enforcement agencies under the ongoing National Action Plan (NAP).

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The Ministry of Interior and Narcotics Control prese­nted a re­port about NAP in the National Assembly on Friday.

The report said that 332 persons had been executed so far under Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA).

The report stated that 98.3 million SIMs had been blocked for dismantling communication networks of terrorists.

At least 933 URLs and 10 websites of militant organisations have also been bloc­ked by Ministry of Infor­mation Technology (MoIT).

The report stated that 2,337 cases were registered for hate speeches and material and 2,195 persons were arrested while 73 shops were sealed.

Likewise, 9,164 cases were registered, 9,340 persons were arrested and 2,452 pieces of equipment confiscated for misuse of loudspeakers. It added, 8,195 persons were included in ‘fourth schedule’ and movement of 2,052 people was restricted as measures against re-emergence of proscribed organisations and individuals.

Uniform registration and data form was developed by Nacta and ITMP and shared with stakeholders for registration and regulation of madressahs. As many as 167 madressahs in Sindh, 13 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and two in Punjab were closed.

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