Crackdown on terror: Action against terrorist groups ‘not taken under any pressure’, says Pakistan

After ordering a crackdown on terrorists and terror outfits Pakistan said that the decision was not taken “under any pressure.” Speaking at a media briefing Director General (DG) of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor said the decision to implement National Action Plan (NAP) for countering terrorism and extremism was planned in December 2014.

“All the political parties agreed over National Action Plan (NAP). The actions have not been taken under any pressure as NAP is being implemented since 2014 when there was neither FATF nor Pulwama incident,” Ghafoor said. Read More

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