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Naya Pakistan: Govt. and Armed Forces on the same page to implement NAP

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Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Thursday has assured the government of full cooperation in the implementation of the National Action Plan (NAP).

The 219th Corps Commanders Conference at the General Headquarters reviewed the geo-strategic environment and situation due to ongoing Pakistan-India standoff. Expressing concerns over India’s increased atrocities in Indian Occupied Kashmir, post-Pulwama attack, the meeting concluded that such brutalities only add fuel to fire and need to be stopped in the interest of regional peace.

Federal Minister was in a TV talk show on a private channel when he made it clear that the government is determined to reform the national discourse in the country to make Pakistan truly a welfare state.

The army chief said while addressing the huddle said, “Pakistan is on the positive trajectory of peace, stability, and progress. No one can make us budge through use or threat of use of force. Similarly, policy and the right of use of force shall remain the prerogative of the state alone”, the army chief said while discussing the progress of National Action Plan.

As a matter of fact, several media reports suggest that different organizations operate in Pakistan in the name of charity groups to collect Zakat and then use it for their hidden agenda. India accuses Pakistan of letting globally designated terrorists roam freely in the country. Pakistan has always rejected Indian allegations and termed them as politically motivated statements to malign Pakistan in order to divert the attention from what is happening in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

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It is important to mention here that the government has announced to implement the NAP in letter and spirit. The government has banned some organizations and arrested several leaders and members of various organizations. Besides, several mosques and religious seminaries have been taken into the control of the state to regulate them.

Prime Minister Imran Khan also said during a meeting of the federal cabinet that his government was taking action against the banned organization in the best national interest. PM Khan made it clear that anybody who challenges the writ of the state shall not be spared.

While chairing a PTI’s parliamentary party meeting, the premier clarified that the crackdown on banned militant outfits was an internal security matter and the government had taken the decision without any external pressure.

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Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Chaudhry Fawad Hussain said on Tuesday that the PTI government was determined to implement the NAP across the country. Federal Minister was in a TV talk show on a private channel when he made it clear that the government is determined to reform the national discourse in the country to make Pakistan truly a welfare state.


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