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No terrorist network left capable of operating in Pakistan: Nisar

ISLAMABAD: Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Monday laid out an elaborate progress report on the National Action Plan (NAP), saying that terrorism in the country had been brought down by 70 per cent, adding that no militant network could now operate in Pakistan.Nisar said the civil-military relationship in the country had never been better, and credited the civil-military cooperation for the achievement of the feat. He went on to say that no one should discuss civil-military relationship in public, “nor should anyone give out reckless opinions on the subject.”

He also came out strong against those slamming the federal government for inaction on the NAP’s 20-point agenda.

After a cabinet meeting headed by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, senior cabinet ministers on Monday talked to media personnel, apprising them of what the government had achieved in the nine months since the NAP was created in the aftermath of the Peshawar school massacre.

Nisar said he presented a progress report to the prime minister during the cabinet meeting, which included the following:






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