PESHAWAR - Claiming that the ongoing military operation against militants is yielding positive and fruitful results, NWFP Information Minister Mian Iftikhar Hussain has reaffirmed his governments resolve to eradicate terrorism and militancy from the region. Mian Iftikhar Hussain said this while briefing the media persons in Peshawar on Wednesday. Contrary to the past, the ongoing military action against militants is satisfactory, Iftikhar said. When he was asked of the continuing militants attacks on the security forces or the civilians, he said that rare violent acts in the scattered areas couldnt be made a reason or justification for the failure of the military operation. He said that they believed that such rare violent acts could occur even after the completion of the military action. Answering another question about Fazalulla, the NWFP Information Minister said that the provincial government had also received unconfirmed reports that chief of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, Swat Chapter, had been injured. He also said that such reports about the killings and injuring of leading Taliban leaders and commanders could be treated as a proof of the military actions success. Network of the Taliban militants has been destroyed in the military action, he added. Referring to the restoration of infrastructures, Mian Iftikhar Hussain that 75 per cent of Dir and Buner districts had been cleared of the militants, however, problems existed in 40 to 50 per cent area of Swat. He informed that electricity had been restored in almost entire Buner district and area up to Dewana Baba had already been cleared. The armed forces has established a check-post in the town and similarly telecommunication system has been also restored all over Buner and Dir regions, the minister said. Responding to a question about IDPs return, the NWFP minister said that the government would announce the schedule of the IDPs return after complete clearance of the affected areas and the restoration of infrastructure. Endorsing the statement of NWFP Social Welfare Minister Sitara Ayaz in this respect, he said that July 10 was the tentative date for IDPs repatriation. He also said that the government would facilitate the IDPs return after the announcement of the repatriation schedule. However, he added that the govt had not yet considered the provision of transportation facilities to IDPs for going back to their homes. Mian Iftikhar also informed that so far NADRA had completed the scrutiny of 261,749 families and 50,511 cash cards had also been distributed among them. Through such cards, the IDPs could be able to receive Rs 25,000 cash compensation, he said.