The Interim Prime Minister of Pakistan, Anwar ul Haq Kakar, held meeting of the Apex Committee of the National Action Plan in the capital city of Islamabad. The details about the meeting has been shared by the Interim Prime Minister of Pakistan, Anwar ul Haq Kakar via his official social media handle.
During the meeting, the Chief of the Army Staff, concerned federal ministers, provincial chief ministers and the heads of all civil and military agencies were present.
It is to be noted that, the participants made a comprehensive assessment of the Pakistan’s internal security situation so that possible challenges can be dealt with in a sustainable manner. The participants of the meeting resolved that despite all the difficulties, the implementation of the constitution and the law will be ensured as per the expectations of the people.
The key decisions during the meeting was to include the formalization of border movement procedures (in which movement across the border will be permitted only on passports and visas) and illegal immigration. These include cracking down on the trade and property of foreigners.
In addition, a task force has been formed under the Federal Ministry of Home Affairs to investigate fake identity cards, businesses and properties to deal with illegal identity cards and properties. The Forum reiterated the need to further enhance and strengthen ongoing operations against the growing illegal activities (including drug trafficking, hoarding, food and currency smuggling, illegal remittances and power theft).
Notably, the forum highlighted that, “The use of force is the sole jurisdiction of the state and no person or group will be allowed to use coercive force. There is absolutely no place for any political armed group or organization in the country and those involved in such activities will be dealt with severely. It was also highlighted that Islam is a religion of peace and the state will not allow anyone to achieve political goals by interpreting the religion in their own way. minority rights and religious freedom; Islam is part of the constitution of Pakistan and the state will ensure it.”
The forum emphasized that those who campaign for propaganda and disinformation should be dealt with strictly under cyber laws. They are being made keeping in mind the observance of law and the convenience of the people.