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Expose links between active and passive terrorists

The promise is a part of the PTI's four E's of the internal security policy.
Updated 28 Jul, 2021 08:42pm

As part of the four E's of its internal security policy, the PTI claims in its manifesto that it will expose the "links between active and passive (those who provide logistics support but are not part of the fighting force) terrorists and seek to win over the latter".

Source: PTI Manifesto 2018


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