Islamabad, Dec 22: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday chaired a high-level meeting on counter-terrorism, which decided to crush rising terrorism in the country with full force.
The meeting reviewed all existing anti-terror laws and decided to bring necessary amendments in order to toughen these laws, Dawn online reported.
The prime minister's Special Assistant Khawaja Zaheer and Law Secretary Barrister Zafarullah briefed the meeting about the existing anti-terror laws and pending cases before various courts.
The meeting also considered a proposal relating to establishment of special military courts for conducting speedy trials of terrorists.
Sharif said the Zarb-i-Azb operation was going on in North Waziristan and other operations would be carried out across the country against terrorists who were hiding in cities and villages.