ISLAMABAD: The government since launch of the National Action Plan (NAP) has executed 65 criminals, including hardcore terrorists while law enforcement agencies arrested 34,517 people on different charges across the country.
The report presented to Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, and based on information available from Dec 24, 2014 to April 1, states that 51 people have been executed in Punjab, 11 in Sindh, one in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and two in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
The National Action Plan was agreed upon by the country’s political and military leadership to rid the country of extremism and terrorism, following the gruesome attack on Army Public School at Peshawar.
The report, a copy of which is available with the Associated Press of Pakistan, states that security agencies conducted 30,314 combing operations all over the country.
Of these 15,370 operations were conducted in Punjab, 6,034 in Sindh, 6,730 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), 90 in Balochistan, 406 in Islamabad, 1,491 in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), 96 in Gilgit- Baltistan (GB) and 97 in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).
Under the National Action Plan (NAP), the security agencies arrested 2,870 from Punjab 7,163 from Sindh 19,898 from KPK, 3,526 from Balochistan, 763 from Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) and nine from Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), 103 from GB and 185 from FATA.
Regarding the violation of law on the use of loudspeaker, the police also arrested a total of 4,068 people, including 3,313 in Punjab, 192 in Sindh, 462 in KPK, three in Balochistan and 98 in ICT.
In total, 955 cases have been registered for spreading hate speech and material. These included 773 in Punjab, 38 in Sindh, 85 in KPK, 11 in Balochistan, 46 in AJK, one in GB and one in ICT.
The law enforcement agencies also arrested 979 people and sealed a total of 70 shops on same charges.
According to the data, around 20,024 Afghan Refugees have been deported including 6,323 from KPK, 798 from Balochistan, one from Islamabad two from Gilgit Baltistan and 1,200 from FATA, whereas 358,288 have been registered.
The Federal Investigation Agency has registered 64 cases of money transfer through Hawala Hundi, arrested 83 people and recovered Rs 101.7 million, while nine cases have also been registered for suspicious transactions and 17 people arrested.
In total, 373 actionable calls were received on anti-terror helpline 1717 including 251 in Punjab, 32 in Sindh, 42 in KPK, 10 in Balochistan and 34 in ICT, two in AJK and one each in GB and FATA.
Around 3,019 Intelligence-Based Operations were also conducted throughout the country.
The cellular mobile companies, in cooperation with the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) have so far verified 42.84 million SIMs including; 18,308,516 of Telenor, 17,658,717 of Mobilink, 10,617,332 of Zong, 8,029,311 of Ufone and 5,553,975 of Warid.