Federal Minister for Interior Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Saturday said Pakistan’s Internal Security Policy was ready and would be presented before a special cabinet committee meeting on Monday for approval.

According to a statement, he told reporters after the passing out parade of a specialized police training programme, here on Saturday that the time frame for implementing the policy would be a year and Rs

28 billion would be spent on increasing the capacity of law enforcing agencies.

The new security policy will have three components — Secret, Strategic, and Operational. The National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA) will be the government’s focal point for counter-terrorism

efforts and a Joint Intelligence Directorate will be established under this agency for intelligence analysis and coordination among various agencies.