The National Action Plan was a hasty 20-point policy agenda of the Government of Pakistan, which was formulated on the basis of decisions taken by the political leadership following the brutal killings of 144 school staff and children at the hands of Tehrik-e-Taliban (TTP) militants. NAP was announced on December 24, 2014.
Almost two years have passed by since the National Action Plan was announced as a policy agenda. The course towards achieving these goals has been partial and slow. Almost 182 madressahs have been closed down while the task of choking terror finance is underachieved and banned militant groups are still functioning under new names.
First deradicalisationprogrammestarted in September 2009
1- Ran through public-private partnership.
2- The Swat de-radicalization programme comprises:
a) Sabaoonfor kids between 12-18 years)
b) Rastoon(for youth between 19-25 years) and;
c) Mishalcentres (for militants‟families to create awareness to look after the rehabilitated individuals).
3- The programme in Swat aimed to rehabilitate the militant detainees who worked with the Taliban.
A 20 points declaration, agreed to in the All Parties Conference was announced by the Prime Minister. These points were unanimously agreed in a marathon of leaders of all the Political parties after a session of 11 hours.
NAP Implementation Status till 31 August 2017 ,All Parties Conference was announced by the Prime Minister.
NAP Implementation Status till 2017