ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's national security policy will be presented before the National Assembly today for approval, ARY News reported on Wednesday.
Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan is expected to brief the National Assembly on the policy today.
A meeting of the federal cabinet on Tuesday given its nod to the national security policy focusing getting rid of all terrorist networks.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is likely to attend the session of the lower house today.
The cabinet its yesterday's meeting demanded unconditional ceasefire from Taliban and decided to continue the surgical strikes against the militants.
It is mentioned here that banned Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan has turned down the government's demand for unconditional ceasefire.
The national security policy calls for a reassessment of governance, weaknesses and policy deficiencies that have resulted in the exploitation of vulnerable segments of the population by militant groups.