Pakistan unveiled an extensive new national action plan on Tuesday, in response to crucial decisions made by the Apex Committee on National Action Plan (NAP) under the federal government’s directives. The Hum Investigation Team (HIT) has obtained exclusive insights into the key components of this plan, unveiled during Tuesday’s meeting. The event was attended by stakeholders, leaders of the armed forces, heads of civilian institutions, and chaired by Interim Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar, along with his cabinet members. This comprehensive new NAP encompasses 14 major actions: It says that legal action will be pursued against all terrorists without any discrimination. Pakistan will relentlessly combat terrorism, ensuring justice for those who have perpetrated heinous acts, such as the tragic events in Mastung. The safety of every Pakistani citizen will be a top priority. It says that the capacity of provincial Counter-Terrorism Departments (CTDs) will be bolstered through training, provision of modern equipment, and state-of-the-art weaponry. CTDs will play a pivotal role in the frontline of the battle against terrorist organizations. The National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA) will devise a revamped strategy for provincial CTDs, focusing on coordinated Intelligence-Based Operations (IBOs), the new plan says. It says that intelligence sharing among all agencies will be paramount. Substantial modifications have been incorporated into counter-terrorism policies and strategies. Furthermore, NACTA will provide counter-terrorism training and enhance the capacity of CTDs. The army and Frontier Corps (FC) will extend support to the CTDs and police whenever required. The state will maintain its exclusive control over the use of force. Efforts will be made to prosecute extremist groups. It says that minorities will be safeguarded against violence perpetrated by extremist elements. Robust legal measures will be taken against riverine dacoits along the Indus River, which forms the joint boundary of Sindh and Punjab. Stringent legal actions will be pursued against smugglers, and hoarders will also face legal consequences. Pakistan’s borders will be vigilantly protected against any unauthorized incursions. Illegal foreigners will be promptly deported. A single-document regime will be enforced with Afghanistan, effective November 1, allowing entry only to valid passport holders while excluding the use of Tazkira. Any foreigner seeking entry into Pakistan will be required to possess a valid visa. Pakistan will become a robust state where strict enforcement of the law will prevail, particularly against offenders. This new national action plan signifies a resolute effort by Pakistan to combat terrorism comprehensively and safeguard the welfare of its citizens.