ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister’s Special Assistant Irfan Siddiqui has said that government was committed to eliminating terrorism from the country.
In an interview on Monday, he said the decision to set up special courts has been made to curb terrorism. He said that extraordinary situation prevailing in the country demands extraordinary measures.
He said the special courts are not a parallel judicial system as these will work for a limited time period. He said the special courts will only take up the cases referred to them by the federal government.
He said the country has been facing terrorism for the last one decade. However, it is for the first time that any government has made comprehensive and bold decisions for its eradication.
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