The National Security Committee (NSC) will gather once more to make key decisions about terrorism and economic issues.
The National Security Committee (NSC) meeting, which will be attended by civil and military leaders, will be presided over by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
The National Security Committee (NSC) declared that militants are Pakistan’s adversaries on December 30 and vowed to take firm action against any return of terrorism in the nation.
According to a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office, the meeting’s attendees carefully assessed the health of the nation’s economy and peace and order situation.
The forum clearly said that no one would be permitted to compromise Pakistan’s national interests or endanger the country’s security.
“The basic interests of Pakistan’s survival, security, and development will be protected with great courage, consistency, and steadfastness.”
The forum offered a heartfelt tribute to the supreme sacrifices made by martyrs in the war against terrorism, commiserated with their families, and collectively prayed for the departed souls to receive a higher status in heaven.
The consensus at the discussion was that militants are Pakistan’s foes.
The statement continued, “The entire nation is unified in its fight against terrorism and terrorists, and anyone who challenges Pakistan will face a full-force response.”
Additionally, it was said that the NSC meeting would continue on January 2 and that additional choices would be made in light of the ideas.
In a meeting on Thursday between PM Shehbaz and Gen. Asim Munir, the chief of army staff, it was decided to call the NSC meeting.
The gathering was held amid recent increases in terrorist attacks in Balochistan, Islamabad, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan (KP).