Quetta blast: Minister Zaidi promises indiscriminate action under NAP


QUETTA: Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs and shipping Syed Ali Haider Zaidi has said that the government has started implementation of National Action Plan (NAP), adding that no terrorist would be spared under the NAP.
He was talking to newsmen during his visit to Quetta, where he went to condoled with the bereaved families of the Quetta suicide attack. He said that the national action plan would be implemented in its letter and spirit.
“Those who attack people are mentally unstable and I consider those who kill people as suffering from mental illnesses,” Zaidi said.
“Terrorists have no religion and terrorist attacks also occur in countries where the security situation is better.”
“Terrorism can be eliminated through education. We will have to improve the state of health, education and security otherwise development will not be possible,” he upheld.
Zaidi further said, “First and foremost we will have to fix the financial model. We will have to make Pakistan an economic state from a security state.”
He said that the government would provide help to the injured and families of the martyrs. He said that the government was responsible for the protection of every citizen of the country. He said that terrorism had no religion.
He said that indiscriminate action would be taken against every terrorist under national action plan.
The minister said that there were many challenges, and no one could give results in only eight months.


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