Inter-Services Public Relation (ISPR) has released a documentary which aims to present what progress Pakistan Army has brought about in ongoing operation Zarb-i-Azb.
The documentary starts with highlighting the need to launch a grand operation against militants. It was a consistent pressure from the political as well as human right organizations that Pakistan Army initiated against terrorism. Besides, every effort to talk with militants had gone in vain. Hence a grand operation after the name of Zarb-i-Azb had been triggered on June 15, 2014.
The sole purpose behind this step was to eradicate the ‘demon of terrorism’ from the premisses of the country. But a couple of certain challenges were also there which were the hurdles between what was the ultimate goal.
On the first move, the biggest challenge faced by Pak-Army was safely shifting the native of those areas where militants reportedly were hidden. And Pak-Army did this is handsomely as they managed to transport hundreds of thousands of civilians to safe places. Those Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) were provided almost all the necessary stuff that is essential for life. From temporary residence to food to cloths to clean water to medicines etc. Pak-Army showed much vigilance at providing all these necessities at their best.
Now, when a big part of North Waziristan is wiped out from the mischievous ones and a great number of their hideouts have also been demolished, the next task is to rehabilitate the IDPs.
Taking responsibility to rehabilitate IDPs as well as the localities of North Waziristan, Pak-Army has set to carry out this task with determination. Many projects have been launched in those areas to give opportunities for the natives to prosper in their relative field. Many people are being supported with aid, advices, recommendations and whatever is need for restoration.