PESHAWAR, 17 November: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Apex Committee in its 43rd meeting, held here Tuesday decided to block all illegal channels of monetary transactions operating in the province and Fata that have been providing assistance to terrorists and other criminals.
The committee, which met at the Governors’ House on Tuesday with Governor Sardar Mehtab Ahmad Khan in the chair, reviewed progress on the implementation of the National Action Plan (NAP) and discussed matters related to the repatriation of Temporarily Displaced Persons (TDPs) and overall law and order situation in the province and Federal Administered Tribal Areas.
Chief Minister Pervez Khattak, Corps Commander Peshawar Lt. Gen Hidayat ur Rehman and other high ups attended the meeting.
The committee decided that all those elements providing any sort of financial support to terrorists and other criminals in the province and FATA would be strictly taken to task.
It was also decided that prevention of illegal and unauthorized use of loudspeakers to spread hatred in the society would be strictly ensured and that action would be taken against those who involved in militancy.
The meeting decided that all those areas where security situation had improved, security personnel would be replaced by the police force. The meeting directed the relevant officials to contact federal government for the return of eight Frontier Constabulary platoons.