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Saturday, 28 September 2013

ANP wants steps to end militancy

PESHAWAR: Acting president of Awami National Party (ANP) Senator Haji Muhammad Adeel Friday condemned the bombing of Charsadda-bound bus and asked the government to take proper steps to end militancy and secure the lives and property of the people.

In a statement issued here from Bacha Khan Markaz, the ANP leader said such cowardly acts could not deter the resolve of the people.The perpetrators of such heinous crime have no religion or ideology. "They are the enemies of humanity and of the country as well," he said.

Meanwhile, ANP leader Mian Iftikhar Hussain Friday demanded of the government to adopt a clear policy to tackle the scourge of terrorismHe was talking to media persons after visiting the blast site. Mian Iftikhar said the incident has proved that the militants didn't want restoration of peace in Pakistan.

He said Imran Khan's statement to establish a Qatar-like office for Taliban in Pakistan was illogical and would only increase terrorist attacks. The nationalist leader asked the federal government to implement the decisions and resolutions adopted by the All Parties Conference forthwith as any further delay in the implementation of the APC decisions would cause more damage.
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