ISLAMABAD - Top leadership of the country Saturday reviewed progress on the current military offensive in South Waziristan Agency and also in the Malakand Agency, vowing to continue fight till achieving the goals. Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani and Chief of the Army Staff Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani called on the President at the Aiwan-e-Sadr and deliberated on issues relating to security situation in the country, an official announcement, issued by Aiwan-e-Sadr, said. General Kayani gave an update on the situation in the Swat Valley, saying majority of the Valley control has been taken by clearing major towns from the militants. The meeting also discussed the time schedule for the safe and peaceful return of the displaced people from Swat and other parts of Malakand, reliable source, privy to the meeting told TheNation. The meeting nodded to start the process of sending the IDPs back with honour to the safest areas of Buner, followed by Lower Dir and at final stage, Swat IDPs would be repatriated. The Army Chief also briefed the meeting about the continued offensive in South Waziristan to hunt Baitullah Mehsud, the top militant commander in the country. The security forces are targeting the hideouts and camps of Baitullah and his followers through air power and once his strength is shaken, then ground offensive will be launched, the sources quoted Gen Kayani as telling the meeting. While lauding the courageous role of the armed forces, the President and the Prime Minister assured full backing and all kinds of support to forces, fighting the militants in Malakand and other parts of tribal belt. Monitoring Desk adds: Top political and military leadership have expressed their resolve to continue the ongoing operation against militants in NWFP and South Waziristan and said any foreign technical assistance would be helpful in fulfilling the purpose. Presidential spokesman told a private TV channel that Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and Chief of the Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani met President Zardari on Saturday and discussed prevailing security in the country. Official sources said during the meeting the fresh assault by US forces in Afghan province Helmand (bordering Balochistan) and its security implications for Pakistan also came under discussion. The Chief of Army Staff apprised the leadership about initial inquiry into the military helicopter crash near Peshawar. Recent visit by top US and French officials also came under discussion and the leadership examined the offers of technical assistance made by both French and Americans to continue the current fight against militants.