Around 126 accounts belonging to banned organizations with accumulated deposits of over Rs. one billion have been frozen since launch of NAP while in order to curb terrorist financing 498 First Information Reports (FIRs) were registered under Hawala Hundi (FIA) and 692 accused were arrested.
NAP is a manifestation of national consensus and the government would ensure its swift implementation to eliminate terrorism and extremism.
The government has also decided to constitute a NAP's Implementation Committee which would be headed by National Security Adviser Lt Gen (retd) Nasser Khan Janjua with other members including Secretary Interior, Director General National Counter Terrorism Authority, provincial secretaries, Inspector Generals of Police, home secretaries and an Additional Secretary of PM's Office.
The Committee will also be assisted by a representative from each of the intelligence agencies while the military will be represented by Director General Military Operations (DGMO).
The statistics regarding implementation of NAP since launch of its 20-point have showed on Thursday that proscribed organizations had been categorized with 43 as violent against the state, 12 as non-violent but anti-state and seven as armed but not anti-state.