Wednesday, March 8, 2017

CM KP Pervez Khattak chairs a meeting on National Action plan meeting.

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak has urged the concerned departments to come hard on elements involved in anti social and criminal activities and take them to task as per the law of the land. There was no room for the criminals and anti social elements in the province as the KP government implemented the National Action Plan in letter and spirit and would do so in future as well.
He said this while chairing a meeting on the implementation of NAP in the KP here at his office on Tuesday. MPA Shaukat Yusafzai, Chief Secretary Abid Saeed, IGP Nasir Khan Durrani, Additional Chief Secretary Azam Khan, Additional Chief Secretary Fata, administrative heads of the departments, Additional Secretary National Security PM Office, Commandant FC, Joint DIG, Secretary Commander, DIG CTD, AIG Special Branch, Director FIA and Zonal Director PTA attended the meeting.
The meeting was given detailed presentation on the progress made in the implementation of the NAP in the province. The meeting was informed that 179 terrorists have been prosecuted in the court of law and considerable reduction witnessed in the distribution of hate materials in 2016 as compared to 2015.
The Chief Minister directed the law enforcers to try their level best for sorting out legal avenues for curbing the menace of terrorism. He also directed them to improve the advance warning system and concentrate on sensitive nature crimes and cases.
The meeting was also apprised about the actions taken against the financing of the terrorists' outfits in the province and it was told on the occasion that 134 Hundi (illegal business transactions) shops have been shut. Anti Terrorist Forces has been created to achieve the desired goals.
The Chief Minister on this occasion called for taking more stringent measures to stop Hundi business in the province.
The meeting was told that registration and regulation of the religious seminaries has been linked with the Department of Industries. It was informed that that necessary amendment in the concerned legislation was being enacted to keep intact the process of registration and regulation with the Department of Education.
The Chief Minister said that the process of registration should not stop and the process of registration should be done by the Department of Industries unless the Education Department was ready 100 percent.
The meeting was told that considerable reduction has also been observed in the threatening calls due to border management. The Chief Minister on this occasion strictly directed the respective authorities to find out the elements involved behind these calls and take them to their logical end.
The meeting was told that the number of registered Afghan refugees was 0.65 million while those of unregistered is 0.6 million in the province. In all 287763 have been repatriated between January- October 2016.
The Chief Minister stressed on proper registration of the people whether he was Pakistani or Afghani and the KP government would give timeline to this effect to the Federal Government. The registration of Afghan Refugees should be taken serious, the CM tells the participants.
The KP Government has started work on the establishment of Forensic Lab in order to bring improvement in the Criminal Justice System. DG FIA informed the meeting about the 'Hawala' and Hundi system. The Chief Minister remarked that Hawala is an illegal system and it should be shut down on permanent basis. The FIA in line with the KP Police should launch a crackdown in this regard throughout the province. KP Prosecutors would assist them in the districts while two permanent Prosecutors would also be inducted in Peshawar, the Chief Minister told the meeting.

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