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EditorialComeback of NECTA

Comeback of NECTA

The National Security Committee has decided to reactivate the anti-terrorist system at the federal and provincial levels, form an apex committee and make the projects of the Pakistan-China Economic Corridor foolproof. The government needs to determine a solid and active strategy for the complete elimination of terrorism while examining the motives behind the intensity of terrorism that has started in the tribal and northern areas of the country for the past few months. Terrorists challenge the public at large, national political, and military leadership, institutions, and the entire nation. For the defence of the homeland, the hearts of the nation undoubtedly beat with our brave and brave forces. The National Security Committee has declared that the entire nation is not only united with a clear mind for the protection of the lives and property of the citizens, and the protection of the geographical security of Pakistan and the rule of law but also for the achievement of these objectives at any cost.

The National Security Committee’s meeting was Imminent in the wake of the incidents of disruption of law and order in some parts of the country, including Swat. In the meeting, it was decided to activate Necta, an anti-terrorist organization, which has earlier proved its standing by working in collaboration with the Counter-Terrorism Departments at the provincial level as well. It is a fact that for the last two decades, the biggest challenge we have been facing in terms of the country’s security, economic stability and the protection of lives and property of the citizens is in the form of terrorism, and this challenge we have faced with the Afghan war initiated by the United State after 9/11 in 2001 when the United States ensured the security of its country and citizens its first priority and invaded other countries for its own protection. Since then the terrorism wave inflicted suicide attacks and sabotage on Pakistan, in which 10,000 officers of our security forces were martyred more than 80,000 citizens of the country, including youths, were also martyred. For decades, terrorism has been a big challenge for Pakistan. A national action programme was formed to clean it up in 2014 after the Peshawar school tragedy, under which, our security forces started a series of operations against terrorists across the country. Although our security forces have achieved considerable success in the challenges of ending terrorism at the cost of their lives, still we have not been able to completely get rid of the scourge of terrorism and the protection of the motherland is still the responsibility of the nation.

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