|1||Execution of Convicted Terrorist||No. of persons Executed under ATA/PPC: 483|
|2||Special Trial Courts||11Courts Notified
388 Cases transfered to STC
|3||Action against Armed Militias||Visibility of armed militias and display of weapons curtailed. Terrorist Killed: 2127
Terrorist Arrested: 5884
|4||Stregthening and activation of NACTA||
|5||Countering hate speech and extremist meterial||Hate Speech/Materials
Cases registered: 1353
Persons Arrested: 2528
Shops sealed: 70
Misuse of Loudspeakers Cases Registered:17795 Persons Arrested: 18520
Equipments confiscated: 7942
|6||Choking financing for terrorists and terrorists organizations||FERA/Hawala Hundi Cases: 777; Arrests: 1060, Recovery: 1320.705 Millions
Anti-money Laundering Cases:336; Arrests: 483
Suspicious Transaction Reports: STRs Received from EMU: 176; Converted into Cases:32; Closed: 14; Under Process:130 Counter Financing for Terrorists (CFT) Units established in all provincial CTDs.
Counter Financing for Terrorists (CFT) to be made an integral part of provincial investigations.
National Task Force (NTF) on Countering Financing for Terrorist (CFT) with reps from all stakeholders, set-up in June 2017 for effective coordination on policy and operaitons.
15 amendments made in (AMLA 2010) in 2015.
|7||Ensuring against re-emergence of proscribed organizations/Individuals||Categorize: (63+3) 164 UNSCR Common 13 4th Schedule Total Activists: 8333
Number of accounts freezed: 5023
Amount frozen: Rs. 150 Million
Following actions have been taken against Proscribed Persons: Passport Embargo
Freezing of Bank Accounts
Ban on Financial support and services by financial institutes. Arms license Embargo
Provincial Governments requested to take legal action under ATA 1997
|8||Establishing a Counter Terrorism Force||UNIT Sanctioned Present
ICT 1000 500
Punjab 5000 4300
Sindh 1000 728
Bal 3000 1000
KP 2206 2080
GB – 168
AJK 500 260
|9||Taking steps against religious persecution||Data collection in progress, to be verified and then put up for further action|
|10||Registration and regulation of Madrassas||Two seperate Registration and Data form for Madaris developed in consultation with ITMP
Committees under FBISE and HEC formed with representation from ITMP for grant of equivalence degree awarding status to Wafaqs.
|11||Ban on glorification of terrorism in media||Strict implementatoin of ban on electronic media of acivists of proscribed organizations.
Any violation is instantly reported to concerned quarters and actions taken.
Visible improvement noticed.
|12||FATA Reforms||The Federal Cabinet has approved in principle recommendations of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) reforms committee.|
|13||Dismantling communication networks of terrorists||98.3 million SIMs blocked
Biometric Verification system in place.
|14||Tangible measures against abuse of internet and Social media for terrorism||Pakistan Electronic Crimes Act 2015 passed.
937 URLs and 10 websites of proscribed organizations have been blocked by MoIT
|15||Militancy in Punjab||Visible improvement inlaw & order situation in Punjab.|
|16||Taking the ongoing operation in Karachi to its logical conclusion||Registered significant decline in terrorism, crime and improvement in law and order i.e.
Target Killing down by 97% Murder down by 87% Terrorism down by 98% Robberies down by 52% Weapons recovered 33.37%
|17||Steps towards Baluchistan Reconciliation||Surrender and Reconciliation/Rehabliation of Facraris/outlaws in progress.|
|18||Ending Sectarian Terrorism|| No. Year Incidents
1 2011 70
2 2012 185
3 2013 127
4 2014 176
5 2015 79
6 2016 37
7 2017 02
Visible decline in sectarian terrorism
|19||Resolving issues of Afghan Refugees||The Federal Cabinet approved the Repatriation and Management Policy
POR cards valid upto 31-12-2017, visa forms developed. Tripartite aggrement for voluntary repatriation has been extended for one more year.
The ministry of SAFRON in consultation with NADRA has finalized and Operational Plan for documentation of unregistered Afghan refugees.
Draft National Refugee Law has been developed and shared with relevant stakeholders.
|20||Revamping the Criminal Justice System||NACTA conducted Nine (9) meetings of Provincial Representatives since May, 2016 and one week workshop of the Federal Core Group in April, 2017 and developed Recommendation for Revamping of Criminal Justice system, its implementation plan, along with responsibilities, timelines and cost elements, Sector wise (Police, Prosecution, Prison, Parole & Probation and Judiciary), through consensus and in coordination with provinces, ICT, GB and AJK. These recommendations, approved by Interior Minister, have now been submitted to Prime Minister.|