QUETTA - Declaring unsatisfactory the performance of National Counter-Terrorism Authority (Nacta), the Judicial Commission headed by Supreme Court Judge Justice Qazi Faez Isa has remarked that terrorists exploding the people with bombs are roaming free but no one including media is ready to openly express his viewpoint.

The Judicial Commission was formed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Supreme Court to hear the case of Quetta Civil Hospital suicide bomb attack.

On Monday, the Nacta Coordinator Ahsan Ghani appeared before the commission and replied to queries of the judicial commission.

The Nacta coordinator said the institution was working hard to counter terrorism and extremism.

He said connections had been made in this context with Ittehad-e-Tanzeemate-Madaris Pakistan (ITMD) of which Wafaqul Madaris along with others are part and having offices in Karachi.

The coordinator told JC that a meeting of various sects Ulema would be held in this regard on Nov 4 in Islamabad.

Around 98 million mobile Sims had been blocked, while target killing also went down, said Ahsan Ghani.

“The commission is not satisfied,” the judicial commission remarked and added that Nacta had no relevant data about crimes. On this the Nacta coordinator said all provinces had been asked in written to provide data, however, no data had been received by that time.

“When National Action Plan (NAP) was provided to Nacta and how much implementation had been ensured on NAP’s first four points out of 20,” asked a JC judge. The judicial commission further asked that when everything was agreed upon the National Action Plan (NAP) then why it was not implemented in letter and spirit.

The commission also directed Nacta to present various documents and adjourned the hearing.