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Malik admits current Pak anti-terror laws incapable of bringing terrorists to justice

Islamabad, Wed, 11 Apr 2012 ANI

Islamabad, Apr 11 (ANI): Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik has admitted that the current anti-terror laws are not sufficient to control the activities of banned organizations and has urged the government to adopt an amendment to remove loopholes for closing the door on terrorist' bailouts.

While addressing a joint parliamentary, Malik said parliament needed to pass an amendment in the Pakistan Penal Code as currently no law existed to bring terrorists to justice.

He said the criminals were easily bailed out after being apprehended by the law enforcement agencies, adding that in an instance, a man was bailed out 34 times.

"Let me brief the House as how foreign powers are involved in marring law and order situation of the country and how they are creating hostility." The Daily Times quoted Malik, as saying.

Malik said the people boldly attacked their adversaries knowing that they would easily get bail, adding that amendment to existing laws was inevitable.

According to the report, he also reiterated his demand for an in-camera session to brief parliamentarians about hidden forces poised to destabilise the country. (ANI)

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