ISLAMABAD (APP) - The Capital Police have arrested 46 terrorists during last six months from the Federal Capital who were planning terrorist attacks on Parliament House, intelligence agencies offices, Parliamentarians, National Defence University and other sensitive areas in the Capital. Inspector General of Police Syed Kaleem Imam told National Assemblys Standing Committee on Interior here on Tuesday that the terrorists came here from different parts of the country. He said that most of the terrorists were arrested from different Madaris located in the Capital. He said despite lack of resources the 'Jawans of Capital Police were performing their duties at the cost of their lives for the safety and security of the citizens. The committee, presided over by its Chairman Abdul Qadir Patel, appreciated the efforts of Capital Police for maintaining law and order in the Capital and foiling a number of terrorists plots in recent past. Referring to terrorist attack on Hamid Saeed Kazmi, Minister for Religious Affairs, he informed the committee that the security guard deployed with the minister foiled the assassination attempt of the attackers by firing four bullets at them. He said the investigation in this regard is progressing in the right direction, as the police have gotten leads from the suspected accused. Kaleem Imam said that the Head Constable deployed with the Minister for Religious Affairs who had sustained five bullets while protecting Hamid Saeed Kazmi, has been promoted to ASI in recognition of his bravery. In addition to this he has been awarded cash prize Rs 500,000. He informed the committee that soon all the federal ministers would be provided special security squad for their safety and security. The IGP called for effective monitoring mechanism for monitoring the activities of madaris located in the Capital. Earlier, the committee discussed the registration of Madaris in the Capital and expressed concern for delay in registration of madaris by Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT). The committee directed the ICT administration to expedite the registration of madaris and evolve an effective mechanism for monitoring the activities. The Deputy Commissioner ICT informed the committee that the ICT alone cannot stop the mushroom growth of madaris in the Federal Capital. He said Capital Development Authority is responsible to allot plots to madaris as well as to stop encroachment in any part of the Capital. He said there are a total 140 madaris in the Federal Capital out of which 122 have been registered while efforts are underway to convince the others for registration. He said the ICT administration can not force any Madaris to get itself registered, its the responsibility of Auqaf and Religious Ministry to ask madaris for registration. The committee also discussed the matter of collapse of Margalla Towers, Islamabad, and directed the Ministry of Interior to provide Prime Ministers inspection commissions inquiry report over the incident to the Committee in its next meeting. The meeting was also attended by MNAs Muhammad Ijaz Virk Advocate, Roshanudin Junejo, Khanzada Khan, Nazir Ahmed Bughio, Chaudhry Mahmood Bashir Virk, Mohamad Afzal Khokhar, Bilal Yasin, sahibzada Syed Murtaza Amin, Sardar Bahadur Ahmed Khan Sihar, Sheikh Waqqas Akram, Wasim Akhtar, Bushra Gohar, Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao and officials of the Ministry of Interior, ICT, FIA and CDA.