NWFP Chief Minister Amir Haider Hoti says government will not behave like a silent spectator on terrorists' attacks at state buildings and security forces. He said terrorists would not be given amnesty even if they agreed to lay down their arms. Talking to media, Hoti said NWFP government should not be blamed for failure of talks in Swat and put the responsibility on Taliban for scrapping of peace agreement. "If extremists will carry out attacks on security forces, schools and state buildings, how, government can sit silent on this situation, he questioned. Army has been called to stop such attacks, said Hoti.