Civil and military leaderships of Pakistan fix seven-point agenda to uproot terrorism in Pakistan
By Agha Iqrar Haroon
Islamabad: Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif and COAS Gen. Raheel Sharif are on same page to fight out terrorism in the country and have reached a consensus to combat Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).
According to insiders, decisions have been taken by military and civil leaderships that include target military operations in places where militants are concentrated irrespective of province and regions.
Operative agenda for future is at place including following points:
Systematic and thorough investigation to probe friendly ties among politicians and the militants. Investigate cases of political and religious leaders supporting, quietly protecting, or making backdoor deals with any banned groups of terrorists outfits.
Expedite cases against militants already captured.
Arrest those using a religious front or pushing an ideology of hate under the garb of religion against any group or community.
Action against “madrases” and “humanitarian organizations” and anyone who uses fatwa or incites people using Islam and support TTP.
Maximum harmony among political parties sitting in Parliament as this is not a time to divide and play politics rather a time to focus on reclaiming our country.
Targeting TTP hideouts where militants are concentrated irrespective of city, province and regions
Put pressure on Afghan government through ISAF authorities to hand over Mullah Fazlullah to Pakistan.
Sources claim that Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif will try to take parliamentary groups into confidence though his speech in National Assembly or through personal meetings with important national leaders including Imran Khan, MQM leadership and Leader of opposition in National assembly.