PESHAWAR- Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Opposition leader Khursheed Shah and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan today seemed united on the national issue.

141 people were killed when insurgents stormed army-run school and systematically went from room to room, shooting students during an eight-hour killing spree. Army chief General Raheel Sharif in Afghanistan also held separate meetings with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and ISAF Commander General John F Campbell today. Matters related to security situation along the Pak-Afghan border were discussed.

“We express deep grief over Peshawar tragedy and today’s conference has decided to draft an action against terrorists and act upon it immediately,” PM Nawaz said.

“There will be no discrimination between good and bad Taliban,” he added.

“We have all unanimously decided that a committee comprising of all parliamentary parties under Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar will prepare a plan of action which will be submitted to national leadership within seven days,” PM Nawaz concluded.