Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan Thursday said that terrorists from Karachi have started moving to other places.
Speaking in the National Assembly session‚ he said anti-state actors responsible for destabilizing the country will not be allowed to stay in the country. He said that since beginning of the targeted operation in Karachi, over 250 terrorists in small groups have entered in North Waziristan.
He said terrorists from Karachi have started moving to other places. He said since the start the targeted operation in Karachi over 250 terrorists in small groups have entered in North Waziristan.
The Minister said the toll of target killing in Karachi has substantially been reduced to lower part of single digit‚ however‚ it is beginning. He said the first phase of the operation is going to end soon but the second and third phases are crucial.
He lauded all political parties efforts to develop consensus on the operation being carried out in Karachi and said without the realization of collective responsibility success is not possible. Ch. Nisar said the things are moving in the right direction in the captaincy of Chief Minister Sindh.
Chaudhry Nisar Ali said that the terrorists in Karachi are on the run but they will find no place to hide and will be brought to justice.
He said first phase of the targeted operation has not yet been completed and the Rangers have got remarkable successes in the phase. He said that the targeted operation will be further intensified in the second and third phases.
The Interior Minister said the Rangers have carried out four hundred targeted actions in Karachi and have arrested a number of target killers and other suspects.
He said the so called Mohajir Republic Army has no link with the Muttahida Qaumi Movement.
Referring to the recent tragic incident in Upper Dir‚ the Minister said that it has caused a setback to the proposed peace talks.
He assured the House that national sovereignty and dignity will be protected at any cost and requested political parties to not politicize Upper Dir incident.