On the eve of the first barsi of APS martyrs, the Foundation criticised the scope and pace of the National Action Plan. “NAP as a consensus policy to counter-terror became possible after our children and others were brutally killed in APS”, said Rashida Dohad. Implementing NAP is a befitting tribute to their memory. Regular public updates on NAP and inclusion of women in negotiating and building peace was demanded. Ms. Bushra Gohar, SVP-ANP, Mr. Jaffer Shah, MPA, and Ms. Rukhshanda Naz, lawyer and activist also participated in the public debate involving citizens from districts Peshawar, Nowshera, Mardan, Battagram, Abbottabad and Haripur of KP and from FATA.