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National Action Plan

National Action Plan was established in 2015 by the federal government of that time. The basic purpose of the plan was to eliminate terrorism and extremism from the country and bring out a peaceful nation where there will be rule of law and no illegal activities should occur further.

It was December 24th 2014 all parties conference chaired by the prime minister of the state where the initiative was take to create a national action plan to fight with terrorism with in the country. National action committee was also created including members from all the political parties which concluded their stance of the operation.

Various operations conducted under the national action plan of 2014, northern areas got fully cleared by the terrorism once and for all. After completing the operation in the upper parts of the country the security agencies moved downward and inter-cities operations are being conducted to eliminate extremisms and various other criminal activities.

Govt decides to form National Action Plan to resolve public issues

ISLAMABAD: The government has decided in principle to form a National Action Plan (NAP) with an aim to resolve public issues, ARY News reported on Wednesday. According to sources, Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered formation of parliamentary committee on NAP to float recommendations regarding different sectors including health, education, agriculture and water. Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaisar has been tasked with implementing the government’s plan for resolution of public issues. It has been decided that…

Federal government decides to amend National Action Plan

ISLAMABAD: The federal government has decided to amend the 20-point National Action Plan (NAP), ARY News reported on Monday. The National Action Plan was announced by the then Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif ,after the heinous attack over Army Public School (APS) Peshawar that killed at least 144 people including 132 children. The incumbent PTI led federal government has decided to abolish majority of points of the currently enforced National Action Plan, and asked provinces to table their proposals for the amended NAP.…

Multan police round up 61 miscreants in overnight raids

KARACHI: Police have rounded up as many as 61 people during raids against miscreants in various parts of Multan, ARY News reported on Saturday. Police conducted raids at Fatima Colony, Jamilabad, and adjacent areas on suspicion of presence of miscreants in these areas. According to police, 38 suspects including proclaimed offenders who were said to be involved in various heinous crimes were arrested during the raids. Police also seized weapons and narcotics from their possession. In a separate raid Police detained…