ISLAMABAD - Advisor to Prime Minister on Interior Rehman Malik has said that suicide attacks have come to zero level in Punjab and Sindh while a decrease of 80 per cent has been witnessed in NWFP, as the terrorists' network has been unearthed by arresting top militants. He was briefing the National Public Safety Commission (NPSC) on law and order situation particularly in Balochistan and NWFP. The 25th Meeting of NPSC was held at the Ministry of Interior here on Friday. Lt Gen (Retd) Moinuddin Haider, Muhammad Abbas Khan, Sabiha Hassan Syed, Sarkar Abbas, Tariq Khosa and DG National Police Bureau attended the meeting. Malik told that government had successfully contained the activities of terrorists by launching a policy of 3-Ds; dialogue, development and deterrence, and 3-Ps; prevent, protect and pursuit. "The operation in FATA has been carried out successfully and desired objectives have been achieved with the use of minimal force. The government is working rapidly to enhance the capacity of law enforcement agency," Rehman stated. The commission also reviewed the draft National Policing Strategy and proposed to insulate the recruitment in police from extraneous pressure and a member of relevant public safety commission should be included in the recruitment process. The commission proposed to include health and education facilities for the police officers in the Welfare Package and a uniform compensation package for martyrs of police in all provinces. It was decided that commission would visit national police academy and other provincial police training institutions for reviewing the training facilities and recommending measures to improve the standard of training for capacity building of federal and provincial police services. It was also decided that Islamabad Police would brief the commission on steps taken to prevent the incidents of terrorism. Meanwhile, talking to media persons at Chaklala Airbase, Malik said the law enforcement agencies had arrested 35 members of different banned organisations including an important member of Al Qaeda during the Hangu operation. He said the arrested extremists had been under detention of security agencies and investigations were underway. He added that Hangu operation had been temporarily stopped after the negotiations between Taliban and Aman Jirga.