45 Citizens killed: Where is National Action Plan (NAP)

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Wednesday, 13 May 2015

KARACHI – killing of 45 innocent people in the bus-incident in Karachi has once again put a question mark on the execution of National Action Plan (NAP) that was formed by the Government of Pakistan on January 2015 to crack down on terrorism.

Takfiri terrorists have once again challenged the writ of the government. They have created state within the state, where they kill innocent people without rhyme or reason.
Banned Takfiri outfits are freed to work everywhere in Pakistan. These elements recently formed an alliance with the officials of Saudi Arab in Pakistan against the decision of the national assembly on Yemen issue. The Pakistan’s resolution was to be neutral in the Yemen crisis, but Saudi kingdom, Arab leaders, Pakistani Wahhabi and takfiri clerics were against that decision. The banned terrorist group ASWJ has organized rallies not only in Karachi but also in Islamabad to show solidarity with Saudi Kingdom, but the PML-N government remained silent. The National Action Plan authorizes the foreign, finance, and other ministerial departments to reach out to the friendly Muslim countries to clamp down on financiers of sectarian and terrorist networks operating against Pakistan

Conversely, the government seems helpless in front of these terrorists hence takfiri elements, funded by Saudi Arab, are taking every step against the state. Wahhabi Muftis are issuing decrees even against high-level government officials. They are threatening them for dire consequences but no one dares to take action against them.
The NAP is considered as a major coordinated retaliation to deadly attack on school in Peshawar. And has consisted of unprecedented levels of cooperation across the political spectrum along with national and provincial governments.

The plan was provided the framework for the Twenty-first Amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan which established speedy trial military courts for offences relating to terrorism. It has also led to the resumption of capital punishment and mandatory re-verification through fingerprint recognition of all subscribers on mobile telephony.
According to the plan, “There will be a crackdown on hate-speech, and action will be taken against newspapers, magazines contributing to the spread of such speech. Financial sources of terrorists and terror organisations will be cut.

Banned outfits will not be allowed to operate under different names. Special anti-terrorism force will be raised.

Measures will be taken to stop religious extremism and to protect minorities. Madrassas will be regularised and reformed. Print and electronic media will not be allowed to give any space to terrorists. Keeping the rehabilitation of IDPs as the top-most priority, administrative and development reforms in FATA will be expedited.
Communication systems of terrorist organisations will be destroyed. Social media and the Internet will not be allowed to be used by terrorists to spread propaganda and hate speech, though exact process for that will be finalised.

Like the rest of the country, no space will be given to extremism in any part of the Punjab. Operation against terrorists in Karachi will be taken to its logical conclusion. In the interest of political reconciliation, Balochistan government will be given complete authority by all stakeholders. Elements spreading sectarian violence will be prosecuted.
Comprehensive policy will be formed for registration of Afghan refugees. To give provincial intelligence agencies access to communication of terrorists and to strengthen anti-terror agencies through basic reforms in the criminal justice system. Constitutional amendments and legislations will be carried out for this purpose.”

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