Political cohesion imperative for NAP implementation: Nalota

Peshawar —The Quetta bombing has necessitated effective implementation on National Action Plan (NAP) to exterminate terrorism and extremism from the country, which requires national cohesion of mainstream political parties and civil society focusing strengthening hands of present democratic elected government.
This was the main gist of the comments obtained from the leaders of various political entities of Khyber Pakthunkhwa who were unanimous on defeating menace of terrorism with iron hands by rising above party politics and shunning the petty differences in their ranks and files as it involved national integrity and solidarity.
PMLN Parliamentary Leader in KP Assembly, Sardar Aurganzib Nalota told APP on Tuesday all political forces were agreed on the National Action Plan as it provides a comprehensive guidelines to defeat terrorism.
Nalota said work on NAP was successfully underway in the country and was producing very positive and tangible results. Due to present Govt effective strategy under the NAP, incidents of terrorism has been significantly reduced and overall law and order situation improved in the country including Karachi, Khyber Pakthunkhwa and Balochsitan.
“The Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif rushed to Quetta after the bombing and expressed heartfelt condolences with victims’ families besides inquiring health of injured.” “The visit of PM to Quetta reaffirmed the strong resolve and commitment of the Government in the fight against terrorism, saying time was not for away when complete peace would be restored in the country,” he explained.
He said enemy through such cowardice attacks was making unsuccessful attempts to block $46billion Chinese direct investment under CPEC, saying such dark elements would not success in their nefarious designs.
Wajid Ali Khan, ANP leader and former Provincial Minister while commenting on the recent bombing in Quetta said terrorism was still existed in the country which needed a collective struggle to root out this menace. He underscored the need for retuning the NAP to meet the present day challenges in effective manner before the thing goes worst.
Such tragic episodes will continue to happen if NAP was not implemented in letter and sprit, he said, adding agencies involved in curbing this menace needed to be strengthened besides serious efforts required to block all the ways and means of funding of banned outfits.
Wajid Ali said KP and Balochistan being in the fore front of terrorism, were the worst hit disaster provinces and the Quetta’s bombing reminded again the barbaric mindset of evil forces that they have no regards for humanity and religion.—APP

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