Nation rendered sacrifices in war against terrorism.
PESHAWAR: Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif here Friday announced Rs two million for the heirs of all martyrs and Rs five lakh for those injured in the deadly suicide attack at police lines’ mosque on January 30.
Addressing the Apex Committee meeting held under his chairmanship here at Governor House, the Prime Minister said the compensation amount was not an alternative to the grief and sorrow through which the victims’ families were passing through but was a token of relief on the part of federal government to ease the financial difficulties of members of the bereaved families and injured victims.
The prime minister said the entire nation including civil and military armed forces, civil society, people and government officials had rendered great sacrifices in war against terrorism.
On the other hand,Prime Minister (PM) Shehbaz Sharif said the federal government would extend maximum support in strengthening the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) and police of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) to help it better fight terrorism.
In his initial remarks at the apex committee here on the recent Peshawar terrorist incident, he said the province witnessed a fresh spate of terrorist incidents that needed capacity-building of its security departments.
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The prime minister emphasized unity among all provinces to jointly fight the menace of terrorism.