Courtesy: The Nation
On December 16 last year Taliban attacked Army Public School in Peshawar. The carnage resulted in the death of 133 students and 16 faculty members. That was the most horrific terrorist attack in the history of Pakistan. Peshawar school massacre forced all the political leaders of Pakistan to put their differences aside and formulate a joint strategy to combat the menace of terrorism. Thus, the National Action Plan (NAP) of Pakistan was formed with the consensus of all political parties on December 24. Since then, more than 100 days have passed and the NAP has failed to achieve its results.