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Imran shows solidarity with Mastung victims, calls for NAP's execution

Imran shows solidarity with Mastung victims, calls for NAP's execution
July 15, 2018
MASTUNG (92 News) – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan on Sunday expressed solidarity with the families of Mastung victims and called for quick implementation of national Action Plan (NAP). Imran, accompanied by party spokesperson Naeemul Haque and other members, visited CMH to inquire into the health of those injured in the incident. He later visited the Raisani family at their home to offer condolences. Talking to the journalists, Imran Khan termed that Raisani an asset to his party and a diehard patriot, Imran said he realised that the true scale of the Mastung tragedy after meeting the victims' families. The PTI chief has termed that the Mastung bombing a conspiracy to delay the elections. He alos said that Pakistan's internal and external enemies are behind the Mastung attack. He has called for a quickening of the pace of implementation of the National Action Plan to counter militancy. Imran expressed his concern that the recent wave of terrorism was an attempt to create an atmosphere of fear ahead of the July 25 polls. However, he spoke against suspending election activities. "This terrorism is to derail our stability, to create fear because enemies of Pakistan don’t want to see free and fair election. If we suspend election activities; it will mean a win for terrorism. So we have to fight back and continue forward. This upcoming election is a decisive one for Pakistan," he added. Imran Kahn said that the biggest damage done to Pakistan because of not adhering to the National Action Plan (NAP) that all parties agreed to. He termed that the NAP must implement across the country on priority basis. The PTI chief stressed the need for developing cooperation among authorities concerned to address security challenges. "Army, police, security agencies, civilian government all need to bring our security institutions on one page," he said.