PESHAWAR - Lt Gen Nadeem Ahmad, who is also heading the Services Support Group, said on Saturday that second and third categories of militants had either been eliminated or were on back foot while their hideouts and command and control system had also been routed. He, however, said the first row leadership of Taliban had gone underground but the security forces had successfully disrupted their communication as well. There are no more militants recruiting and training centres in Swat, he claimed. He said this while briefing the journalists about the relief activities in IDP camps, reconstruction and rehabilitation in strife-torn areas of Malakand Division and Armys achievements against the militants. Until and unless the civil administration was fully functional, the Army would stay in Swat, he said, adding to stop militants resurgence in the hitherto volatile regions, local young men would be recruited in police once the military operation was accomplished. He continued that local committees at each village level would also be formed to keep vigilance of elements that could create problem for the government and people as well. The displaced people would take a month to return to the native towns after the culmination of military operation and returning of complete peace and normalcy, he added. He said the city of Mingora had been purged of miscreants while operation was underway on the western bank of Swat River. He maintained that it was urgent to provide security, civic amenities including electricity, food and water, health facilities and telecommunication to the returning families. Pesco had vowed to reconstruct and repair the damaged transmission lines and electricity poles, he said. Upon returning to their hometowns, he said, the people in war affected regions would be given rations sufficient for one month while they would be supported with food items till December aimed at making their readjustment possible. To ensure transparency in awarding cash compensation of Rs 25,000 to each of the displaced families due to military operations, he said, the government had chalked out an effective system to make the process easier. A list of the 268,000 families had already been handed over to the United Bank Limited (UBL) to prepare cards for the withdrawal of the cash amount. Responding to a question, he said that security agencies had already set a mechanism to keep a check on the militants seeking shelter in the IDPs camps in the guise of displaced people.