Winding up a debate in National Assembly on terrorist attack in Army Public School Peshawar, he said efforts were underway to send back Afghan refugees in their native country in collaboration with SAFRON ministry.
A helpline 1717 has already been activated for prompt information about terrorists.
He lauded the role of chief of army staff General Raheel Sharif in combating terrorism.
He said law and order was the responsibility of the provincial government and they were informed about the looming terrorist threats prior to the unfortunate carnage of students of APS.
All Parties Conference put forwarded various suggestions for eliminating terrorism.Seven terrorists involved in APS attack were killed. The Suzuki carry van used in Peshawar incident was stolen from Rawalpindi on October 12.
The government gave Rs 400,000 to the heirs of the martyred students, teachers and Rs 200,000 to injured of Peshawar incident.